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New Self-Certification Rules For Hardship Distributions Should Be Embraced

New Self-Certification Rules For Hardship Distributions Should Be Embraced

Submitted by • February 7, 2020

bit.ly - The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently published final regulations modifying the hardship distribution rules for profit sharing, 401(k), 403(b), and eligible governmental 457(b) plans. And as you might guess, plan sponsors and participants ...

Depositing Plan Contributions Timely

Depositing Plan Contributions Timely

Submitted by • February 19, 2019

www.pentegra.com - Does your company sponsor a 401(k) plan? If it does, you know how important it is to comply with the many government regulations that affect your plan. One area that often causes confusion among plan sponsors is the “deadline” for ...

Making Your 401k Continue To Jingle All The Way

Making Your 401k Continue To Jingle All The Way

Submitted by • January 4, 2019

www.pentegra.com - ‘tis is also the season for many otherwise prudent retirement savers to consider dipping into their 401(k) for the “extra cash” that is “just lying there” to help cover those bills. But as you can probably tell by my use ...

Why Non-Profits Should Embrace The 403b MEP

Why Non-Profits Should Embrace The 403b MEP

Submitted by • September 4, 2018

www.pentegra.com - Small to mid-size plan sponsors have for years been simplifying their 401k plan oversight by merging their plan into a Multiple Employer Plan (MEP), a retirement plan that covers unrelated employers while transferring many of the responsibilities and liabilities associated ...

What Is The Difference Between A 401K Plan And A 403B Plan

What Is The Difference Between A 401K Plan And A 403B Plan

Submitted by • August 28, 2018

www.pentegra.com - Both 401K and 403B plans are retirement plans that are sponsored by an employer. Both must meet IRS requirements to allow tax-free contributions. However, 401K plans are offered by for-profit companies whereas 403b plans are offered by not-for-profit organizations that ...

More Tales Of 401K Plans Gone Awry

More Tales Of 401K Plans Gone Awry

Submitted by • August 21, 2018

www.pentegra.com - As some of my Pentegra colleagues have pointed out in some of our recent blogs, there are many pitfalls and problems that can arise when it comes to the ins and outs of creating, administering and managing your company’s retirement ...

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