Actuaries Unlimited, Inc.
Nexus Administrators, Inc.
Benefit Comply, LLC
Ubiquity Retirement + Savings
ftwilliam.com / Wolters Kluwer
The Ryding Company
West Coast TPA Firm
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|Guidance for Implementing Provisions of the HEART Act|
Feb. 1, 2010
Excerpt: The HEART Act provides that in the case where an employer pays differential wage payments to a participant on QMS, these amounts are treated as compensation for purposes of qualified retirement plans, Section 403(b) contracts, and Section 457(b) plans. The Notice clarifies that employers are not required to treat differential wage payments as compensation in determining a participant's benefit under a Plan.
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