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Top 10 Form 5500 Practice Pointers for Preparers and Reviewers

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Top 10 Form 5500 Practice Pointers for Preparers and Reviewers
Date:
September 10, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
The Form 5500 preparation season is winding down, so now is a perfect time to brush up on how to avoid common errors and misconceptions in regards to your filings before they are submitted.

All pension and health & welfare benefit plans that are subject to Title I of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) must file a Form 5500 annually. The Form 5500 has experienced several major changes over the past few years. These include,

•       Expanded reporting of direct compensation paid to plan service providers to also include indirect compensation; (Schedule C),
•       Form 8955-SSA clarifications, now filed with the IRS, and
•       More strict EFAST2 System requirements with a greater chance for filings to be not accepted and result in late penalties.

Whether your benefit plan administration firm or HR personnel prepare your company’s Form 5500’s, the Plan Administrator and Plan Sponsor are ultimately responsible for review and sign-off of their company’s filings.

This presentation will guide HR professionals through the Form 5500 filing to help them gain a better understanding of the more critical information required to be reported on a Form 5500 filing. You will also:
•       Learn which items are of greater importance to the Department of Labor and IRS;
•       Improve your ability to perform an effective quality review for each filing type;
•       Understand what is required on Schedule C (indirect compensation) and how to obtain;
•       Feel more confident when working with Form 5500 filings and therefore, proactively move the process along;
•       Reduce the time it takes for Form 5500 preparation and review;
•       Strive to reduce the number of Form 5500 filings; and
•       Avoid the top five Form 5500 Red Flags.
Who Should Participate
HR professionals who are either responsible for preparing Form 5500 filings, providing information for filings, or for final review and sign-off, as the Plan Administrator or Plan Sponsor.
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Recommended Resources
  • Department of Labor Form 5500 related websites
  • IRS Form 5500 Corner
  • Form 5500 Instructions
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What You Will Learn
  • What is new for 2012 (2011 filings)?
  • 10 Practice Tips to ensure filings are complete, accurate and submitted timely.
  • Simplifying reporting of indirect compensation for Schedule C.
  • Strategies to avoid penalties.
  • Clarifying confusion around IRS Form 8955-SSA
Sponsored by
Linda T. Fisher 5500 Consulting, LLC
Linda T. Fisher 5500 Consulting, LLC
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Linda T. Fisher 5500 Consulting, LLC

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Extra Space Management
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KJ Retirement Consultants
Linda did a nice job presenting the materials and appears knowledgable on the subject matter. A more detailed presentation on the Schedule C reporting would have been appreciated. Possibly a future presentation subject matter? 3 / 5
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Siltronic Corporation
More examples would have been helpful- illustrations are sometimes better than words on a page. 3 / 5
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