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"Profit Sharing Plan"

What is Profit-Sharing Plan ?

Profit-sharing plan is a retirement plan that gives employees a share in profits of a company. Employee receives a percentage of company’s profits based on its quarterly or annual earnings. 

How Profit-Sharing Plan Works ?

This plan allows employer to share profits in the business, up to 25% of the company’s payroll, with the firm’s employees. The employer can decide how much to set aside each year.


Who can Participate in Profit-Sharing Plan ?

This plan is available for a business of any size. Sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLC’s, LLP’s or incorporated businesses may establish a Profit Sharing plan.

Types of Profit-Sharing Plans

There are several types of profit-sharing plans such as, Cash Plan, Deferred Plans, Combination Plan,  Pro-rata plan, Age-weighted plan and New comparability plan.

Contribution Limits for Profit-Sharing Plan

In 2023, the contribution limit for company sharing its profits may not exceed the lesser of 100% of compensation or $66,000. If include catch-up contributions it increases to $67,500.

Tax Advantages of Profit Sharing Plan

Employer contributions are tax deductible for the employer and Tax-deferred growth potential is possible, all investment earnings increase tax-deferred until withdrawn.

Reporting of Profit-Sharing Plan

Companies that offer a profit-sharing plan have to file Form 5500 annually with both the IRS and the U.S. Department of Labor to share information about the plan and its operation.

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How to Set Up a Profit-Sharing Plan ?

A profit-sharing plan may be established by a business owner to offer their staff members a sense of pride in the enterprise.