Qualified Plan Compliance Issues
Qualified retirement plans and other plans designed to defer employee compensation or to provide health and welfare benefits are governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (“ERISA”), including provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. These statutes contains complex rules related to the reporting and disclosure requirements that employers must satisfy with respect to plans they maintain. Employers also must provide summary plan descriptions and other documents to employees who participate in the plans. Failure to properly comply with these rules and obligations can result in taxes and penalties for companies and their employees, and substantial liability for the companies acting as plan fiduciaries of their own plans.
Otto Shill, III is an attorney with over 25 years of experience in consulting with employers concerning qualified retirement plan compliance issues and in resolving disputes regarding such plans with the Internal Revenue Service.
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