Benefit filing deadlines for May 2021, courtesy of Isler Dare.
Since the coronavirus pandemic first began to reinvent life in the U.S., we’ve shared numerous updates directed to the topic of IRC Section 409A v. COVID-19.
Today, courtesy of our friends at Porter Wright, the Deferred Compensation blog addresses questions that employers first raised in March, regarding ways to get money out of their nonqualified plans to participants who may have suffered pay cuts or furloughs. This post also addresses questions regarding equity-based and incentive compensation. As you will see, good intentions could lead to serious consequences under Internal Revenue Code Section 409A.
Deferred Compensation News is pleased to provide this Fulcrum Partners report, prepared and originally published by Principal Life, a member of the Principal Financial Group®. With socioeconomic and regulatory landscapes changing day by day and sometimes hour by hour, both plan providers and plan participants are faced with new and unexpected issues.
#ICYMI (In Case You Missed It), Following the news of a major acquisition of retirement business last week, we are re-sharing our comments on: Assessing Your Plan Administrator and Your Nonqualified Deferred Comp Plan or Rabbi Trust Big Changes. Inevitable Questions Earlier this week, Principal Financial Group Inc. announced that it has entered into an agreement to buy Wells Fargo …