Open Questions on Open MEPs


Posted on January 30, 2019, by Fred Reish in 401(k), DOL Activity. Comments Off on Open Questions on Open MEPs

One of the shiny new coins of the 401(k) realm is “Open MEPs.” It’s anticipated that Congress will pass legislation this year that permits Open MEPs. Legislation is needed because of DOL guidance that, in essence, prohibits MEPs that are “open” to all employers. But, what is an Open Multiple Employer Plan? What other kinds of MEPs are there? How do the people that set up MEPs get paid? Here is an article that I, and my partners, Bruce Ashton and Josh Waldbeser, wrote on that subject for ASPPA.

Download the PDF: Compensation for MEP Sponsors, Part 1

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