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The second option is for the employer to provide a 2% non-elective contribution for all eligible employees; this means that even if an eligible employee does not contribute to the Simple IRA, that employee must still receive an employer contribution equal to 2% of compensation.
The 401(k) contributions, when converted from unused or forfeited PTO days, qualify as an employer non-elective contribution, thus allowing employees to contribute up to their annual maximum plus any catch-up contribution if they are over a specified age.
A 401(k) with a profit sharing contribution allows the profit sharing contribution to be used for cross-testing, and the plan sponsor can make a qualified non-elective contribution (QNEC) by vesting part or all of the profit sharing contributions if the plan fails actual deferral percentage (ADP) testing.
The plan can either make a qualified non-elective contribution for all eligible non-HCEs (3% or more of compensation, which can also be contributed for the HCEs) or offer qualified matching contributions (100% matching for the first 3% of elective contributions, and 50% matching on the next 2%, or some alternative matching formula at least as generous).
WH: The regulations and the statute state that correction may occur either way-bring up the lower paid through the qualified non-elective contribution or by distributing from the top paid.
Earnings on those deferrals and most qualified non-elective contributions (QNECs) and qualified matching contributions (QMACs), were excluded.
In addition, Nick can make employer non-elective contributions up to 25% of his compensation, as defined by the plan.
The owner can make elective-deferral contributions from compensation of up to $18,000 in 2015 ($24,000 for those 50 and up) as well as employer non-elective contributions. All contributions are capped at $53,000 in 2015.
That tax would bear (more or less) some relation to the cost the employer would pay under the current system to get low-paid participants to participate -- matching contributions, non-elective contributions, etc.
For employers with fewer than 25 employees, a new tax credit equal to 35 percent of non-elective contributions made by the employer is available.
The employer is required to either contribute 2% of the entire payroll (under a non-elective contributions formula) or match contributions of up to 3% of each employee's salary (under a matching formula).