If you offer a 401(k) plan — in any of its various flavors — to your employees, everyone should know the tax rules that govern them. Although the details can get very technical, you can learn the basics.
A 401(k) is a special kind of plan, and it comes with special rules. Among those are nondiscrimination rules, which are designed to make sure your retirement plan benefits all your employees.
In the past, as long as you provided health insurance and retirement benefits, your benefits were considered competitive. Now, the pressure is on employers to supply more diverse options.
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