BenefitsLink.com logo   

BenefitsLink
Message Boards Digest

October 25, 2022

Here are the most recently added topics on the BenefitsLink Message Boards:

Belgarath created a topic in Cafeteria Plans

Health FSA Carryover, Grace Period

"So memory is that you couldn't have both the carryover(rollover) AND a grace period with regard to a health FSA. Then Covid/CAA/etc. came along, and I'm not sure now whether the temporary allowance of rollover if you also had carryover expired, or is it permanent? Or maybe I'm completely off-base anyway... Thanks."

2 replies so far   |    Click Here to Add a Reply

AJ North created a topic in 401(k) Plans

Safe Harbor Plan, Plan Merger and the Top Heavy Exemption

"We have a safe harbor 401(k) plan that uses the top-heavy exemption due to the fact that the only employer contributions to the plan are safe harbor contribution. They are merging with a non-safe harbor plan January 1, 2023, that is going to be deemed (more than likely) top heavy on December 31, 2022. The question is if the top-heavy contribution is going to be made to the surviving safe harbor plan sometime in 2023, does the safe harbor plan loose it's top-heavy testing exemption? Both plans are calendar year. I am understanding because the non-safe harbor plan is considered terminated, they should make the final top-heavy contribution. Any comments are greatly appreciated."

1 reply so far   |    Click Here to Add a Reply

Sarah73 created a topic in 401(k) Plans

When Is Participant Catch-Up Eligible?

"I feel this is a very basic question, but still want a more professional explanation: To become catch up eligible, does the participants need to max out the 402g limit? My understand is: to be eligible for catch up contribution, the participants need to meet the age requirement and max out the 402g limit. However, SPD indicated if you reach age 50 during the year, you can contribute catch up contribution anytime (people interpret this as no requirement for max out 402g because if the contribution is by paycheck, most employee won't max out at the 1st paycheck). This caused a lot of employees able to select a% for both contribution at 1st day of the calendar year they become age 50, and they may not max out the 402g limit at the year end. Plan is a calendar plan and catch up is not matched."

12 replies so far   |    Click Here to Add a Reply

Here are the most recently posted jobs on EmployeeBenefitsJobs.com, a service of BenefitsLink:

View job as Retirement Plan Administrator

Retirement Plan Administrator  View details

The Benefits Consulting Group
Remote

View job as 3(16) Administrator

3(16) Administrator  View details

SetAway LLC
Remote / Bedford NH

►View More Jobs

►Post a Job

►Get Instant Job Alerts

BenefitsLink.com, Inc.
56 Creeksong Road
Whittier NC 28789
(407) 644-4146

Lois Baker, J.D., President
David Rhett Baker, J.D., Editor and Publisher

Copyright 2022 BenefitsLink.com, Inc. All materials contained in this mailing are protected by United States copyright law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of BenefitsLink.com, Inc., or in the case of third party materials, the owner of those materials. You may not alter or remove any trademark, copyright or other notices from copies of the content.

Links to web sites other than BenefitsLink.com and EmployeeBenefitsJobs.com are offered as a service to our readers; we were not involved in their production and are not responsible for their content.

Unsubscribe | Privacy Policy