|Statement||Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Department of Labor, Labor-Management Services Administration, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation|
|Series||Publication -- 1004, Publication (United States. Internal Revenue Service) -- 1004|
|Contributions||United States. Labor-Management Services Administration, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
Employee welfare benefit plans (such as group health plans) are required to have their own identifying information, including a plan name, plan number and plan year. This information must be included on the plan's Form (if applicable) so that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) can recognize the plan. It also must be included in the plan's summary plan description (SPD) so. Identification numbers under ERISA by United States. Internal Revenue Service.; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Pension trusts, Employer identification numbers, Tax administration and procedure; Places: United States. ERISA: Principles of Employee Benefit Law highlights the common themes, central principles, and competing policies of employee benefit law in a compact, accessible work. Case law interpreting and applying ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of , is vast - there are thousands of reported decisions on some : Peter J. Wiedenbeck. The employer must self-assign the welfare plan number for each of its plans as it adopts those plans. ERISA requires that the plan number be listed in the Summary Plan Description (SPD) for the particular welfare plan. ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code both require that the plan number be shown on and used for Form Size: KB.
an insurer, may be exempt from ERISA—depending on the extent of employer involvement. However, even minimal “sponsorship or endorsement” (e.g., a company’s name on the brochures) by the employer may destroy this exemption. A plan qualifies under the Voluntary Plan Safe Harbor if: it is funded by group or group-type insurance,File Size: KB. Each individual covered under this Plan will receive an identification card that he or she may present to providers whenever he or she receives services. On the back of this card are phone numbers to call in case of questions or problems. The Plan Document will govern if there are discrepancies between its provisions and the information inFile Size: KB. million Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) form s, covering million plans and 1 million plan sponsors. Types of Plans Group benefits plans, including K, pension, life, and health plans. Types of Data ERISA Form filings include company contact information, plan renewal dates, plan financial data, information. • Fast access - Find the names and numbers you need in seconds. Search by company name, state, zip code or industry code. Search by company name, state, zip code or industry code. • Accurate identification - The database includes more than eight and a half million official ID numbers assigned by the IRS to U.S. businesses including.
GAMHC is in Liquidation under the laws of the State of Missouri. This Liquidation is under the supervision of Division 1 of the Circuit Court of Cole County, Missouri. Case number CV Many of the words and phrases used in this booklet have a particular meaning. A glossary has been included in this booklet to help you understand its. A professional employer organization (PEO) is an outsourcing firm that provides services to small and medium sized businesses (SMBs). Typically, the PEO offering may include human resource consulting, safety and risk mitigation services, payroll processing, employer payroll tax filing, workers' compensation insurance, health benefits, employers' practice and liability insurance . ] Who Is Entitled to Survivor Benefits from ERISA Plans? I. INTRODUCTION The Supreme Court stated in , in Egelhoff v. Egelhoff,1 that a core Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) concern is the "ERISA command," that ERISA fiduciaries make payments to the beneficiary who is "designated by a participant orAuthor: Albert Feuer. ERISA Compliance FAQs: What is an ERISA Plan? The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of (ERISA) is a federal law that sets minimum standards for In addition to these exemptions, certain benefit arrangements do not fall under ERISA’s definition of a welfare benefit plan. ERISA generally does NOT apply to the following arrangements.