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Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014: Contributions for Withdrawal Liability
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[Guidance Overview]
Mar. 24, 2015

"[The authors] recommend that [multiemployer] plan administrators review their procedures and systems with regard to invoicing employers and/or retaining employer contributions in order to isolate the following contribution amounts that are excluded when calculating withdrawal liability: [1] 5% and 10% employer contribution surcharges; and [2] Contribution increases outside the benefit formula and required by a funding improvement plan or rehabilitation plan that go into effect during plan years beginning after December 31, 2014. Tracking these contributions continue[s] while the plan is in endangered or critical status. Tracking ends on the expiration date of the collective bargaining agreement in effect when the plan emerges from endangered or critical status."

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