Ten Things to Know About Your 401(k) Plan
You know that saving for retirement is critical and that the most commonly-used place to save for retirement is within your workplace retirement plan. However, there are often many general questions employees have surrounding their 401(k) that go unanswered. Read on for ten basics you should know about your organization’s 401(k) plan. 1. What is  Read More →
2021 Retirement Plan IRS Limits
As January approaches and you begin your financial planning for the new year, keep in mind the recently released retirement contribution limits for 2021. The contribution limit for employees who participate in 401(k), 403(b), most 457 plans, and the federal government’s Thrift Savings Plan has remained unchanged at $19,500. The catch-up contribution limit for employees  Read More →
What Happens When You Deposit Employee Deferrals Late?
In our research, late deposit of contributions is a frequent error made by plan sponsors and is a key priority of the Department of Labor (DOL). In every plan audit conducted by the DOL, the investigator looks to see if contributions have been deposited in a timely manner. A number of years ago, the DOL  Read More →

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