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Form 8822-B Responsible Party Deadline for a Few Employee Benefit Plans and Trusts: March 1, 2014
Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP Link to more items from this source
Feb. 25, 2014
"What is the penalty for failing to timely file a Form 8822-B? Nothing at this point. However, if you fail to provide the IRS with your current mailing address or the identity of your responsible party, you may not receive a notice of deficiency or a notice of demand for tax, and penalties and interest will continue to accrue on any tax deficiencies.... [If] an employee benefit plan (including any qualified retirement plan) or trust (such as a retirement plan trust or VEBA) uses its own EIN, we need to consider whether a filing is required. How do you know whether your plan or trust has a separate EIN? We suggest you look at your tax forms (Form 5500 or Form 990), and summary plan descriptions."

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