Plan Sponsors Should Consider 401(k) Amendment

By Lori Atkin (August 23, 2018, 12:51 PM EDT) -- Pursuant to final regulations issued by the Internal Revenue Service on July 20, 2018, forfeitures under 401(k) plans can now be used to make qualified nonelective contributions, or QNECs, and qualified matching contributions, QMACs, to 401(k) plans.[1] This recent and welcome change may lower the yearly amount of contributions a plan sponsor must make from corporate assets....

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