Section 409A Reporting Requirements

Section 409A is a section of the United States Internal Revenue Code enacted in 2004 as part of the American Jobs Creation Act and applies to compensation that a worker earns in one year, but that is paid in a... more +
Section 409A is a section of the United States Internal Revenue Code enacted in 2004 as part of the American Jobs Creation Act and applies to compensation that a worker earns in one year, but that is paid in a future year. If deferred compensation meets the requirements of Section 409A, then the earner's tax liability is the same as it would be for other types of compensation. If deferred compensation does not meet the requirements of Section 409A, then the earner is subject to certain additional taxes.  less -
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Survey of Current Benefits Issues

In This Presentation: - Affordable Care Act - Affordable Care Act: Fees and Taxes 2015 – Employer Shared Responsibility Fee - Forms for Reporting Fees - Retirement Plan Errors - Overview - Retirement Plan...more

Expanded Relief for Correcting 409A Document Failures under IRS Notice 2010-80

Since our October 25, 2010 blog titled, "Time Running Out to Obtain Maximum Relief for Correcting 409A Document Failures under IRS Notice 2010-6", the IRS published Notice 2010-80 on November 30, 2010, which expands the scope...more

IRS Expands Section 409A Relief with Notice 2010-80

On November 30, 2010, the Internal Revenue Service issued Notice 2010-80, which modifies its prior Notice 2010-6 (generally providing transitional relief for documentary corrections under Internal Revenue Code Section 409A...more

IRS Provides Additional 409A Correction Relief

As previously summarized in our WSGR Alert dated October 8, 2010, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) established a correction program in Notice 2010-6, providing the ability to correct certain documentary errors in deferred...more

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