The IRS has various rules related to income tax withholding from 401k distributions. The most common rule is the minimum 20% that is required to be withheld from eligible rollover distributions. However other withholding requirements can result in either no … read more
If your company has had a significant employer-initiated reduction in workforce and sponsors a 401(k) plan, it is important to consider whether a “partial termination” of the retirement plan has occurred. When a partial termination has occurred, all participating employees who … read more
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