Compliance services: Form 5500 administration

July 12, 2018

If you offer employer-sponsored retirement and/or health benefits plans, you’re required to file a Form 5500 each year, which discloses general plan information as specified by ERISA. Failure to report Form 5500 can result in both civil and criminal penalties, but keeping up with these
compliance regulations can be overwhelming. We can help.

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