The Importance of Adequate Tax Records

Failure to generate and keep adequate tax records to support a certain position can have costly results as detailed recently in Tax Court Memo 2015-95. In this case, a husband and wife purchased an oceanfront condo as a seasonal home never intending it to be their primary residence. A few years later, an unfortunate family …

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Failure to Comply with Hardship Distribution Requirements

Plan Sponsors often fall short in one simple area of plan administration: record keeping. It is important that Plan Sponsors keep proper documentation for each area of the Plan.  One important area for this documentation is administering hardship distributions to participants. As described in our blog, “Hardship Distribution Requirements”, if your plan allows for hardship …

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