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IRS Endorses Automatic Enrollment Cafeteria Plans
Deloitte & ToucheLink to more items from this source
May 28, 2002
Excerpt: Because IRS is taking the position that the employees who have to accept employee-only coverage because they don't have other health coverage are not eligible for the section 125 exception, the logical conclusion is that the cost of coverage is not part of their compensation for purposes of section 415(c). However, Rev. Rul. 2002-27 holds defined contribution plans [under certain conditions] may treat these amounts as 'deemed section 125 compensation' ...

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