Guides for 403(b) Sponsors
Now that the 403(b) Regulations are finalized, ING U.S. is here to provide you with:
- Flexible sample 403(b) plan documents to help you meet your specific business needs.
- 403b Programs Guide for Public Schools and 403b Programs Guide for 501c3 Organizations - to walk you through the ins and outs of keeping your 403(b) program compliant with the IRS rules.
- Sample annual notice to give to your employees to remind them of the opportunity to participate in the 403(b) program.
- Common remitter capabilities to enhance payroll processing.
- Plan administration services to help operate your 403(b) plan under the IRS rules.
- Education - for you and your employees - about what the regulations mean to you and your 403(b) plan.
- Alternate plan designs and features. ING U.S. can provide you with information about other plan types you may be eligible to offer to your employees - such as Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plans and Special Pay Plans.
ING U.S. has developed planwithease.com® , a non-discretionary plan administration service that can provide you with an easier way to meet your new expanded role under the IRS regulations. Note that planwithease.com® may not be appropriate or available for all plans. Please contact us to have an ING U.S. representative provide you with more information about the regulations and our planwithease.com® plan administration service.
These materials are not intended to be used to avoid tax penalties, and were prepared to support the promotion or marketing of the matter addressed in this document. The taxpayer should seek advice from an independent tax advisor.
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