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Federal Free Printable Form 14568-G (Rev. 3-2020) for 2021 Federal Appendix C Part II Schedule 7 Failure to Distribute Elective Deferrals in Excess of the § 402(g) Limit

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Appendix C Part II Schedule 7 Failure to Distribute Elective Deferrals in Excess of the § 402(g) Limit
Form 14568-G (Rev. 3-2020)

Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service Form 14568-G (March 2020) Model VCP Compliance Statement Schedule 7 Failure to Distribute Elective Deferrals in Excess of the 402(g) Limit OMB Number 1545-1673 Include the plan name, applicant’s employer identification number (EIN) and plan number on each page of the compliance statement. Plan name EIN Plan number Section I - Identification of Failure The plan identified above did not comply with the requirements of Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 402(g) when participants made deferrals to the plan that exceeded specified dollar limits and the excess deferrals were not timely returned by the plan or were less than required. When completing this table, affected plan participants should be counted separately under each year that a return of excess deferrals were not made and not just in the first year of the failure. Calendar Year (Year of Deferral) Number of Participants Affected Amount of Excess Deferrals Distributed (Excluding Earnings) Section II - Description of the Proposed Method of Correction The plan will distribute the excess deferral to any affected plan participants and report the amount as taxable in the year of deferral and in the year distributed. If the plan is an IRC Section 403(b) plan, the plan sponsor will ensure that the appropriate insurance company or financial institution distributes the excess deferrals to any affected plan participants from their 403(b) annuity contracts or custodial accounts and report the amount as taxable in the year of deferral and in the year distributed. In accordance with Income Tax Regulations Section 1.402(g)-1(e)(1)(ii), a distribution to a highly compensated employee is included in the average deferral percentage (ADP) test; however, a distribution to a nonhighly compensated employee is not included in the ADP test. This does not apply to IRC Section 403(b) plans. All distributions of designated Roth contributions will be reported as taxable in the year distributed. Designated Roth contributions were already included in income in the year of deferral. The excess deferral to be distributed will also be adjusted for earnings. Earnings will be determined from the end of the year in which the failure occurred through the year of correction. Earnings will be included in the distribution amount that is to be reported as taxable in the year of distribution. Earnings are determined as follows: (Attach additional pages as needed. Label the attachment “Section II of Form 14568-G, Description of the Proposed Method of Correction-Earnings” and include the plan name, applicant’s EIN and plan number at the top of each page) Section III - Change in Administrative Procedures Include an explanation of how and why the failures arose and a description of the measures that have been (or will be) implemented to ensure that the same failures will not recur. (Attach additional pages as needed. Label the attachment “Section III of Form 14568-G, Change in Administrative Procedures” and include the plan name, applicant’s EIN and plan number at the top of each page) Section IV - Enclosures The plan sponsor encloses with this submission specific calculations for each affected employee or a representative sample of affected employees. (The sample calculations must demonstrate each aspect of the correction method proposed). Catalog Number 66151C www.irs.gov For Paperwork Reduction Act information see the current EPCRS Revenue Procedure. Form 14568-G (Rev. 3-2020)
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We last updated the Appendix C Part II Schedule 7 Failure to Distribute Elective Deferrals in Excess of the § 402(g) Limit in January 2021, so this is the latest version of Form 14568-G, fully updated for tax year 2020. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form 14568-G directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Federal tax forms here.

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Historical Past-Year Versions of Federal Form 14568-G

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2020 Form 14568-G

Form 14568-G (Rev. 3-2020)

2019 Form 14568-G

Form 14568-G (Rev. 9-2017)

2018 Form 14568-G

Form 14568-G (Rev. 9-2017)

2017 Form 14568-G

Form 14568-G (Rev. 9-2017)

2016 Form 14568-G

Form 14568-G (Rev. 8-2016)

Appendix C Part II Schedule 7 Failure to Distribute Elective Deferrals in Excess of the § 402(g) Limit 2015 Form 14568-G

Form 14568-G (1-2014)


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