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Form 5500 Is Due by July 31 for Calendar Year Plans

Jul 1, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Employers with employee benefit plans that operate on a calendar year basis must file their Forms 5500 with the DOL by July 31. An employer may extend this deadline by two and one-half months (until Oct. 15) by filing IRS Form 5558. This Compliance Bulletin summarizes the Form 5500 filing requirement and highlights the deadlines for calendar year plans.

Read the compliance bulletin now or you may have to pay up to $2,194 per day for each day you do not have the Form 5500 completed!

Click here to view the compliance bulletin.



Written by Cornerstone Group

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