Following our Deferred Compensation News post from last week, “Cybersecurity for Your Defined Benefit Plan”, IslerDare PC has provided a relevant update on recent Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) security updates from the Department of Labor (DOL).
Benefit filing deadlines for May 2021, courtesy of Isler Dare.
In a post-2020 landscape, what changes to the design and purpose of executive benefit plan design impact CFO decision making? A look at NQDC advantages and benefit success strategies.
Fulcrum Partners, a OneDigital Company, has released a new report, “CFO Decision Making: Integrating Executive Benefits into Employee Engagement.”
Benefit deadlines checklist including retirement plan recordkeeper must-dos for February 2021.
IslerDare is a legal firm dedicated exclusively to the representation of management in all aspects of labor, employment and employee benefits law. We frequently share their insights here on the Deferred Compensation Blog, and are pleased to provide you this link to their timely newsletter, “The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Your Medical and Retirement Plans,” and the excerpt featured below, which specifically addresses current IRS positions on issues that could result from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Thanks IslerDare PC for providing a checklist of 2020 compliance deadlines, covering retirement plans along with other health and welfare benefit plans. #retirementplan #fulcrumpartners #SECUREAct
For a man that loves the game of basketball, you might think that thirty-plus years of college coaching, taking Division I college teams to the NCAA tournament 16 times, and winning it all by leading UCLA to the National Championship in 1995 would be enough. You might think Coach Jim Harrick would look back on his many legendary accomplishments and …
A nonqualified deferred compensation plan (NQDC) allows employees to save above and beyond the limits of a 401(k) or 403(b) plan. Plus, employees may be able to take advantage of tax benefits not offered with other savings options. Unlike a deferred comp plan, a 401(k) plan, 403(b) plan and Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) have limits on how much the employee …
Effective January 1, 2019, the rules for hardship withdrawals from many types of retirement plans changed. The changes, which come as a result of revisions to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and, more specifically, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, generally make it easier for plan participants to withdraw funds from their 401(k) or 403(b) plans, in …
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