What is a 401(k) plan census report?

A 401(k) plan census report is a document that compiles employee information on all employees who were paid during the plan year. The census will often provide details on an employee’s name, date of birth, social security number, date of hire and termination, gross compensation, hours worked, employee deferrals, matches, highly compensated employees (HCEs) and …

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Census Basics and Ensuring Census Accuracy

The census is prepared by the plan sponsor on an annual basis and includes the social security number, name, date of birth, date of hire, number of hours worked during the year, date of termination (if applicable), yearly compensation (which needs to meet the definition of compensation in the plan document), employee contribution for the …

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