Form 5500 schedule of deferred vested benefits holds liability for many employers

October 2009
Employee Benefit News;Oct2009, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p54
The article examines the employer's liability posed by Form 5500 schedule of deferred vested benefits. It states that a Schedule SSA form is needed to be accurately completed and file with the annual Form 5500. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) forwards Schedule SSA to the Social Security Administration. Also mentioned is the significance of the correct administrative errors provided by the agencies.


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