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GAO Report: IRS Can Improve the Quality and Usefulness of Private Pension Compliance Studies
U.S. Government Accountability Office [GAO]Link to more items from this source
Apr. 15, 2002
37 pages. "The IRS study does not, in general, provide accurate estimates of the overall prevalence and types of noncompliance among 401(k) plans. This is primarily because only 27 of the 73 study questions that IRS identified as compliance indicators conclusively demonstrated whether or not a plan was noncompliant. Consequently, the 44 percent of plans reported to have one or more instances of noncompliance is at best an upper bound on the extent of noncompliance found in this study." [GAO-02-353, Apr. 12, 2002]

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