Form 5500 for Health and Welfare Plans
Preparation and Filing Basics
For one registration fee ($279), you and your co-workers can gather in one room to attend the web seminar together via a single web connection.
Form 5500 failures can trigger some of the toughest penalties in benefits law, making careful compliance a must for plan sponsors, service providers, and advisors. In this 90-minute web seminar, our experts will walk you and your team through the Form 5500 for plan year 2011, highlighting the requirements for health and welfare plans and cutting through inapplicable pension/retirement rules.
Special Offer: Register for the web seminar and receive a discount code for 50% off the price of EBIA’s Form 5500 Workbook for Health and Welfare Plans. Find details about this publication here.
Originally presented on April 12, 2012.
Here’s some of what was covered:
- How the new electronic filing system is working plus filing deadlines and penalties for noncompliance.
- What plans must file, including exemptions for small, insured, and unfunded plans, and rules for determining how many filings are required.
- Completing the Form 5500 Main Body for all plan filers.
- Completing Schedule A for insured plans: when it is required, what information must be reported, and what to do if the insurer doesn’t provide necessary data.
- Completing Schedule C for service provider compensation: what plans must file and what kinds of compensation must be included.
- Overview of other Schedules possible for health and welfare plans
Speakers: Brigid Carroll Anderson and Deirdre C. Thomas. Ms. Anderson is an attorney and Director of Seminars at EBIA. Ms. Thomas is an attorney and Senior Editor at EBIA. Both are lead contributors of EBIA’s Form 5500 Workbook for Health and Welfare Plans.
Handouts: A handout of the seminar slides and other information is provided through download.
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