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|Upcoming Dilemma: Treat 401(k) Deferrals as Roth After-Tax Contributions? (PDF)|
Allen Buckley, Smith Moore LLP
Apr. 11, 2005
3 pages. Excerpt: [F]or plans that will permit Roth 401(k) contributions on January 1, 2006, systems will need to be put in place by January 1, 2006, and participants will need to make their initial decisions in January of 2006 or prior thereto. Separate accounting of Roth accounts will be necessary. Plan sponsors of 401(k) plans are not required to amend their plans to allow participants to make Roth elections. The question is: Should a sponsor amend its plan to permit Roth deferrals?
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