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What's the Simplest Way to Set Up a One Year Eligibility Waiting Period for our 401(k)?

DWC 10/27/20
Facts We are looking to set up a 401(k) plan for our company. Our workforce includes both hourly and salaried employees as well as full-time, part-time, and seasonal workers. For now, we really want to focus on our full-timers. It is our understanding that the maximum timeframe we can have employees wait before becoming eligible is one year. With ...
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How Can We Tweak Our Plan's Eligibility Requirements to Make Administration Easier?

DWC 10/20/20
Facts We’ve sponsored our 401(k) plan for several years now, and it’s been very well-received by our employees. Believe it or not, though, one of the biggest challenges we have had is around when employees become eligible. Some of our staff are salaried, while others are hourly. We have both part-time and full-time employees, and we are also ...
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How Can We Add More Flexibility to our Standard Profit Sharing Contributions?

DWC 10/13/20
Facts We have made profit sharing contributions each year, and we plan to continue to do so every year that our financial situation allows. Historically, we have contributed the same percentage of pay for each person, but your previous Question of the Week about using the profit sharing feature to reward certain key performers piqued our interest.
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