Form 5300

Form 5300

An application filed with the IRS requesting a determination of whether an employee benefit plan qualifies as a defined benefit or defined contribution plan for tax purposes. It is also used to request the determination of the tax status of any trust related to an employee benefit plan.
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will speak at a 2-hour webcast: Understanding New IRS Rules in Filing Revised Form 5300 Live Webcast.
Form 5300 is an important document that companies must prepare properly in order to obtain IRS approval of their qualified plans.
The Knowledge Group is assembling a panel of distinguished professionals and key regulators to help companies understand the new regulations on Form 5300.
Form 5300, Application for Determination for Employee Benefit Plan
If the applicant is electing to receive a determination with respect to the average benefit test or any of the general tests, the fees range from $375 for Form 5310, Application for Determination of Qualification Upon Termination, to $1,250 for Form 5300 or Form 5303.
The notice is expected to be incorporated in Form 5300 or revised Form 5310.
Director, Employee Plans Rulings and Agreement, IRS, will speak at a 2-hour webcast entitled “Understanding New IRS Rules in Filing Revised Form 5300 Live Webcast.
The preamble anticipates that a standard notice will be incorporated into the Form 5300 (Application for Determination for Employee Benefit Plan) or Form 5310 (Application for Determination Upon Termination; Notice of Merger, Consolidation or Transfer of Plan Assets or Liabilities; Notice of Intent to Terminate).