The following are Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Worker401k, account access, testing, distributions, and other topics.
Yes, but there may be reasons to restrict the plan from allowing both. This is covered in detail during Plan Design.
Yes. The employer can elect how to pay plan fees. Some fees must be paid by the employer until the plan assets exceed a certain threshold. Fees are assessed quarterly.
No. In the event a fund is chosen by a 3(38) Investment Fiduciary that includes revenue sharing, revenues will be allocated back to the plan.
No. Worker401k/AR is appointed as a named fiduciary for most administrative duties, which does reduce fiduciary liability for these functions; however, the plan sponsor still has the ultimate fiduciary responsibility.
Yes (generally). The means and methods of designing the plan to allow for this, and making it a financially realistic option, are covered in detail during Plan Design.
An employer that wants to utilize their 401(k) plan as a tool for their company. Properly designed, a 401(k) plan can be used to:
- attract and retain specific employees
- maximize contributions for owners and Highly Compensated Employees (HCEs)
- comply with prevailing wage regulations in a cost-effective manner as part of a properly designed fringe benefit program