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Start the new year off right with a plan to ensure you meet all the requirements of your defined contribution plan timely in 2014. Whether your company has 401(a) or 401(k), each of these defined contribution plans has strict requirements that need to occur during the calendar or plan year. Keeping track of the mandatory deadlines of participant notices, compliance testing and filing a Form 5500, among other many other plan requirements can be tough to keep up with. To keep ensure you meet the plan deadline and remain in compliance, download our 2014 Annual Plan Deadlines Guide, where you’ll find:
For more information on how to ensure you meet the 2014 employee benefit plan deadlines contact our Doeren Mayhew’s Employee Benefit Plan specialists in Michigan, Houston or Ft. Lauderdale for additional assistance.
Sources: Department of Labor, Internal Revenue Service
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