What is a Cafeteria Plan?
Many employers have instituted Cafeteria Plans (Sec. 125 Plans) which allow
employees to choose among benefits such as health insurance and dependent
care. The value of these benefits are not included in gross income, making
them not subject to social security, medicare or Federal income tax.
What filings are required?
Effective for 2001 plan years, employers are no longer required to file Form
5500, Annual Return/Report of Employee Benefit Plan along with Schedule F,
Fringe Benefit Plan Information.
The employer is required to have a written plan and communicate such to
its employees. Please contact us if you require a plan document.
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