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Section 125 Cafeteria Plans: Making Sense of the IRS Rules

 

Make sure your cafeteria plans are set up correctly and things are done right the first time.

A Section 125 Cafeteria Plan is not just for large employers. Even the smallest employers have them and we all know that they come with rules that must be followed. Do you really know what those rules are? We will walk through the rules that Congress and the IRS have given us. What benefits can, or cannot, be offered through a cafeteria plan? What are the IRS rules about making and changing employee elections? What does the IRS expect you to have in the way of a plan document? How do the nondiscrimination rules affect what you can do in your cafeteria plan? The consequences of getting it wrong can be severe and there are some mistakes that cannot be fixed. So, it is important to make sure that plans are set up correctly and that things are done right the first time. We will review all of that and more.

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Steven P. Smith

Steven P. Smith

Hinkle Law Firm LLC

  • Member of the Hinkle Law Firm LLC
  • Practice is focused on the benefits that employers provide to their employees, including 401(k) plans and group health plans, and on the laws governing those plans, including ERISA, HIPAA, COBRA, and the Internal Revenue Code
  • Frequent public speaker on employee benefits-related topics
  • Contributing author to the book, Group Health Plans: Federal Mandates Other Than COBRA and HIPAA (published by the Employee Benefits Institute of America, a division of Thomson Reuters), 2003 – present; Traps for the Unwary: Avoiding Problems with Employee Benefit Plans in Divorce, Kansas Bar Association Journal, February 2011
  • Admitted to the Kansas Bar, member of the Gulf Coast Area IRS TE/GE Council and the Kansas Bar Association
  • Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America
  • Adjunct Professor, University of Kansas School of Law
  • J.D. degree, University of Kansas
  • Can be contacted at 316-267-2000 or [email protected]
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