Reliable ERISA Compliance Guidance For Employers
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) was intended to protect employees at private companies as well as their retirement and benefit plans. Examples of benefits regulated by ERISA are retirement pensions and earning deferment arrangements (payable after retirement). If your company provides such retirement accounts to employees, it must comply with ERISA’s detailed rules and procedures for their implementation. Attorney Rick Szczebak in Sharon, Massachusetts, has established himself as a trustworthy, authoritative adviser to employers in need of help with ERISA compliance assistance. His law practice has grown and thrived on the basis of referrals from countless satisfied business owners in the Boston area and statewide. His well-executed ERISA compliance services pay for themselves many times over for companies that employ Massachusetts workers.
Helping Our Firm’s Clients To Follow The Rules
Small to medium-sized companies count on attorney Szczebak’s astute guidance to keep them informed, up to date, and obedient to the spirit and letter of the law. They prevent legal trouble thanks to his guidance through the initial setup and administration of private retirement plans as defined by ERISA. Clients of RAS Law, P.C., rely on our attorney’s guidance for human resource directors and third-party administrators in all aspects of ERISA-based regulations, including funding and maintaining the integrity of retirement account plans for employees. Specific areas include:
- Adherence to retirement plan document terms
- Annual disclosure of fees
- Timely notification of changes
- Notification of enrollment opportunities
- Collection of loans and employee deferral deposits
Companies that miss the mark in these and other areas risk losing tax-exempt status for retirement account income. Correcting such errors is tedious and costly.
Request A Needs Assessment And Case Review
If your business needs help to start up a retirement fund plan for employees or respond to IRS notifications about missteps in plan administration, reach out to our law firm to schedule a consultation. The firm also advises on health and welfare plan compliance, including compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Massachusetts state health care reform measures. Call 866-463-2979 or complete a simple online form to get a meeting with attorney Rick Szczebak on the calendar at your earliest convenience.