IRS Expands Self-Correction Procedures for Retirement Plans
Errors are now easier to fix.
With the release of the expanded IRA self-correction procedures, some errors on qualified retirement plans now can be fixed thank to the recent release of the revised Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System. EPCRS lets employers determine and fix retirement plan errors under the Self-Correction Program, the Voluntary Correction Program, and the Audit Closing Agreement Program. This white paper reviews the three common retirement plan violations that can be fixed as long as certain conditions are satisfied.
Ms. Granadier practices in the area of employee benefits law. She has extensive experience with benefits issues in corporate transactions, executive compensation, medical benefits, and public retirement plans. Her practice includes retirement and compensation planning, consulting and design of qualified and nonqualified plans, stock option and equity-based programs and compliance initiatives regarding fiduciary best practices and internal plan audits. Ms. Granadier has assisted numerous ESOP-owned companies with design, compliance, disclosure and governance issues as well as coordinating IRS approval for ESOPs. Her practice also includes consulting and drafting regarding QDROs, QSLOBs, IRAs, cafeteria plans, health insurance issues, employment agreements, severance arrangements, golden parachutes, COBRA, wellness programs, and HIPAA compliance.
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