Topic Archive: Partial Plan Termination

Can Higher Than Normal Turnover Affect my 401(k) Plan? | Part 3 of 3: The Results

DWC | 02/19/19

Facts

In last week’s QOTW, you provided some tools we could use to identify which participants were affected by our decision to close one of our locations, and to calculate our actual turnover rate for purposes of  determining whether a partial plan termination has occurred.

We’ve performed the review, and our minimum turnover rate will exceed 20%. Depending on which employees accept our relocation offer, we may have even more folks who terminate during this time frame.

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Can Higher Than Normal Turnover Affect my 401(k) Plan? | Part 2 of 3: Doing the Math

DWC | 02/12/19

Facts

Last week, we asked whether the turnover we are expecting as a result of closing a facility would have any impact on our 401(k) plan, and you mentioned a partial plan termination.  We have some follow-up questions.  As a quick recap, we are in the process of closing one of our manufacturing facilities.  Some of those working at that location have turned down our relocation offer and will lose their jobs as a result.  From last week’s QOTW, I know there is potential for a partial plan termination and that I will need to perform a review to make a final determination.

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Can Higher Than Normal Turnover Affect my 401(k) Plan? | Part 1 of 3: Overview

DWC | 02/5/19

Facts

Our company designs and manufactures boats.  Due to some advancements in technology, we will be closing one of our older facilities.  While we offered those workers the option to relocate to one of our other facilities, many have elected not to do so and will be terminating employment.  That group comprises roughly 20% of our total workforce.

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