Compliance News | December 15, 2023

Reporting and Disclosure Guide for Benefit Plans 2024

Sponsors of benefit plans that are subject to ERISA need to ensure they comply with all applicable reporting and disclosure requirements of these federal agencies:

  • Department of Labor
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
  • Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Our guide will help you keep on top of your plan’s paperwork so you can meet the federal requirements and avoid potentially costly litigation for failure to provide required notices. In addition, it will help you prepare if you face a government audit.

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What’s in the guide?

The guide is organized by plan type, regardless of agency:

  • All plans
  • Health and welfare plans
  • All retirement plans
  • DB retirement plans
  • DC retirement plans

Is this resource relevant for public sector plan sponsors?

Although this guide is intended for private sector plan sponsors and the information about compliance requirements for retirement plans is only relevant to them, the information about compliance requirements for group health and welfare plans is relevant to sponsors of public sector health and welfare plans.

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