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412(I) Plans and and the IRS audits and lawsuits.

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gladysreyes: 412(i) is a provision of the tax code. A 412(i) plan is a defined pension plan. A 412(i) plan differs from other defined benefit pension plans in that it must be funded exclusively by the purchase of individual insurance products (insurance...

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gladysreyes saved this page on 06/14/2014 04:57pm

412(i) is a provision of the tax code. A 412(i) plan is a defined pension plan. A 412(i) plan differs from other defined benefit pension plans in that it must be funded exclusively by the purchase of individual insurance products (insurance and annuities). It provides specific retirement benefits to participants once they reach retirement and must contain assets sufficient to pay those benefits. To create a 412(i) plan, there must be a plan to hold the assets.

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412(i) is a provision of the tax code. A 412(i) plan is a defined pension plan. A 412(i) plan differs from other defined benefit pension plans in that it must be funded exclusively by the purchase of individual insurance products (insurance and annuities). It provides specific retirement benefits to participants once they reach retirement and must contain assets sufficient to pay those benefits. To create a 412(i) plan, there must be a plan to hold the assets.

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412(i) is a provision of the tax code. A 412(i) plan is a defined pension plan. A 412(i) plan differs from other defined benefit pension plans in that it must be funded exclusively by the purchase of individual insurance products (insurance and annuities). It provides specific retirement benefits to participants once they reach retirement and must contain assets sufficient to pay those benefits. To create a 412(i) plan, there must be a plan to hold the assets.

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412(i) is a provision of the tax code. A 412(i) plan is a defined pension plan. A 412(i) plan differs from other defined benefit pension plans in that it must be funded exclusively by the purchase of individual insurance products (insurance and annuities). It provides specific retirement benefits to participants once they reach retirement and must contain assets sufficient to pay those benefits. To create a 412(i) plan, there must be a plan to hold the assets.

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