A 403(b) plan is a kind of defined contribution retirement plan.
It may be offered to employees of government and tax-exempt groups, such as schools, hospitals and churches.
Employees who are eligible can defer money from their paychecks into their 403(b) accounts, which work the same as way as 401(k) plans.
403(b) plans are also sometimes offered as Roth versions.
Watch this free webcast about Understanding the Universal Availability Rules in a 403(b) Retirement Plan
When: May 19, 2016; 2 p.m. (Eastern)
How: Register for this event. You will use the same link to attend the event.
- Basic universal availability rules
- Treatment of adjunct faculty at universities
- Treatment of part-time, seasonal, and temporary employees
- The 20 hours per week and the 1,000 hours rules
- Controlled group situations and concerns
- Mayo ruling on medical residents and its impact
- The required notice to employees each year
- Ways to find, fix, and avoid universal availability errors
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