Pension and Profit-Sharing Plan Strategies WEBCAST

Monday, November 9 8:30am - 4:30pm PST

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8 Credits

Member Price $295.00

Non-Member Price $395.00

Overview

Gain practical knowledge of tax-qualified retirement plans and strategies that will help practitioners better advise clients on the most appropriate options for their businesses. This course covers defined benefit plans, defined contribution plans, and combination designs to maximize benefits to business owners. Also, discuss safe harbor 401(k) plans, allowable contributions, deductions, allocation methods, etc. SECURE Act - new rules regarding required minimum distributions, safe harbor §401k plans, plan start-up tax credits, long-time part time workers, and a whole lot more! Learn key planning considerations, such as eligibility, vesting and participant loans; Form 5500 reporting and disclosure issues; plan fiduciary considerations, and review the legislative environment.

Highlights

Types of documents: advantages and disadvantages, where they fit and plan termination issues, Types of retirement plans, The SECURE Act, Plan selection and design, Contribution and deduction limits and timing, Reporting and disclosure: Form 5500 and participant communications, Legislative environment, In-plan Roth conversions.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of qualified retirement plans.

Designed For

CPAs, attorneys, human resources and financial professionals.

Objectives

Determine appropriate plans for your clients. Identify administration and compliance issues. Recognize fiduciary risk management. Recognize key income tax issues related to plan funding. Identify problematic plans and potential pitfalls. Identify and review types of retirement plans: defined benefit, profit sharing, traditional Sec. 401(k), safe harbor 401(k), Roth Sec. 401(k) and employee stock ownership.

Preparation

None.

Notice

None

Leader(s):

Leaders

Mark Clark

Mark Clark is a partner in Benefit Associates, Inc., a fee-only pension and profit-sharing plan consulting and administration firm based in Orange, Calif. His areas of practice include complex issues relating to the design, implementation, and operation of qualified retirement plans.

Mr. Clark is a member of the California Society of CPAs, the American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries and the National Institute of Pension Administrators. He is a guest lecturer at the University of California, Irvine’s CFP program and a chapter speaker at CalCPA meetings throughout the state. He is a course instructor and a conference speaker for the Education Foundation and a course instructor and author for Spidell Publishing.

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Non-Member Price $395.00

Member Price $295.00