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May a Related Employer Maintain Separate Qualified Plans For Each Participating Employer?
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May 25, 2004
Excerpt: The answer to the question is 'yes.' In fact, the same answer would apply to an employer that is not part of a related employer group that wishes to maintain two plans for different groups of employees (e.g., divisions). Generally, the real question practitioners are asking when they ask such a question is how do we test the separate plans for coverage and nondiscrimination purposes.

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