|401(k)/403(b)/457(b) Elective Deferral Limit||$19,500||$20,500||$22,500|
|Catch-up Contribution Limits:
(for Plan Participants age 50 and older)
|Traditional IRA/ROTH IRA||$1,000||$1,000||$1,000|
|Defined Contribution Plan
(The maximum ‘annual addition’ is the lesser of 100% of compensation or this dollar amount)
Employee Income Limits:
|Any person who owns more than 5% of the company or who earned more than this amount in the prior year:||$130,000||$135,000||$150,000|
|Covered Compensation Limit||$290,000||$305,000||$330,000|
|SIMPLE Elective Deferral Limit||$13,500||$14,000||$15,500|
|Individual Retirement Account (IRA) Contribution Limit||$6,000||$6,000||$6,500|
|Defined Benefit Plan Limit
The maximum annual benefit allowed at Social Security Retirement Age if the lesser of the highest three-year average compensation of this adjusted limit.
|FICA Taxable Wage Base||$142,000||$147,000||$160,200|
KEY DATES FOR DEFINED CONTRIBUTION CALENDAR YEAR PLANS
DATES PROVIDED BY PRIORITY PENSION SERVICES, INC. (AFI)
So, you are the plan sponsor of a 401K and or Profit-Sharing Plan. An excellent way to attract and retain top talent and receive significant tax deductions for your business! Please note this is for a December 31st year-end, if your year-end is June 30th add 6 months.
Maintaining a plan does not need to be overwhelming. We’ve noted some significant due dates below so there are no surprises. While not comprehensive, it includes most responsibilities to keep you informed and on track.
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- 15Defined Contribution DeadlineSEPTEMBER 15: Deadline to make required Money Purchase Plan Contributions due for S-Corporations and partnerships that filed a corporate tax extension. , ...
- If any changes are made to fee information, you must notify participants at least 30 days, but not more than 90 days, in advance of it.
- Plan statements must be provided at least annually for participants who do not have the right to direct their investments, and at least quarterly for those who do have the right.
- Notice to participants of a qualified automatic contribution arrangement (QACA) or an eligible automatic contribution arrangement (EACA), and of a participant’s ability to opt out, must be provided 30 days prior to eligibility and then annually. For plans with immediate eligibility, notice may be given on or as soon as feasible after eligibility.