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  1. eDelivery Regulations New

    Summary of eDelivery Regulations : On May 21, 2020, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final regulation allowing employers to delivery certain ERISA required documents and disclosures electronically. The new rule provides the ability to defaul...
  2. Sample Board Resolution

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  3. FSA Rollover Amount Increase

    On Tuesday, May 12, 2020, the IRS issued Notice 2020-29 and Notice 2020-33 .  These Notices included major changes to Section 125 and FSA benefits that may be financially beneficial to plan participants. Some provisions, however, require ado...
  4. Eligible Expense Period Extension

    On Tuesday, May 12, 2020, the IRS issued Notice 2020-29 and Notice 2020-33 .  These Notices included major changes to Section 125 and FSA benefits that may be financially beneficial to plan participants. Some provisions, however, require ado...
  5. Claim Filing Runout Period Extension

    On Wednesday, April 29, the Employee Benefits Security Administration, Department of Labor, Internal Revenue Service, and Department of the Treasury (the “Agencies”) released a final rule (“final rule,” or “rule”)...
  6. COVID-19 Resources Page

    Visit our COVID-19 Resources for Employers for up-to-date information, including: CARES Act Q&A Fiduciary Q&A CARES Act webinars ...
  7. CARES Act Loan Repayment Deferment

    The CARES Act allows for qualified individuals to defer repayment of their retirement plan loan(s) through the end of the year. To be considered a "qualified individual", the participant, their spouse or dependent must have either been dia...
  8. Coronavirus-related Loan Request

    IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CARES ACT, THE CORONAVIRUS-RELATED LOAN PROVISIONS DESCRIBED BELOW EXPIRED ON SEPTEMBER 22, 2020. Eligibility The CARES Act requires that the participant must be affected by the coronavirus pandemic to request a coronaviru...
  9. Coronavirus-related Distribution (CRD) Request

    Eligibility The CARES Act requires that the participant must be affected by the coronavirus pandemic to request a coronavirus-related distribution (CRD). To be eligible for a CRD, the participant, their spouse or dependent must have either been dia...
  10. Commuter Account User Guide

    Participant guide for employees enrolled in Transit or Parking. Commuter Account User Guide.pdf ...