You probably know that establishing a qualified retirement plan requires the formal adoption of a written, legal plan document. And, if you’ve had a plan in place for any amount of time, you’ve most likely also been required to adopt a handful of mandatory amendments along the way.
Topic Archive: Plan Amendment
In order to be eligible for our company’s 401(k) plan, employees must have worked for us for at least a year and be a minimum of 21 years old. They can join the plan on the next January 1st or July 1st following the date they meet those requirements. Recently, we discovered that we allowed an employee to start contributing to the plan before he met those requirements. He also received company matching contributions.