United States
"Qualified Retirement Plans"

What is Qualified Retirement Plan ?

Qualified retirement plans are retirement plans that satisfy the criteria outlined in Section 401(a) of the Internal Revenue Code and ERISA guidelines. 

How Qualified Retirement Plan Works ?

Qualified plan are usually offered through employer and allow pre-tax contributions & tax-deferred growth. Contribution limits are apply to all plans.

Who is Eligible for Qualified Retirement Plan ?

Qualified plans generally must be made available to employees no later than the date on which they reach age 21 and after completing one year of service with the employer.


Requirements of Qualified Retirement Plan

Qualified retirement plans meet specific ERISA requirements and IRS criteria and confer tax advantages.

Types of Qualified Retirement Plan

A qualified plan can be either a defined benefit or a defined contribution plan. Common examples include 401(k), 403(b), profit-sharing, or employer stock ownership.

Tax Benefits of Qualified Retirement Plan

Employers can make tax-deductible contributions. Any contributions that they make on behalf of workers are not subject to payroll taxes. Money invested in plan can grow tax-free. 


Contributions and investment gains are not taxed until distributed. Contributions are easy to make through payroll deductions. Retirement assets can be carried from one employer to another.

Compensation limits for Qualified Retirement Plan

The maximum compensation for each employee that can be taken into account when calculating employee benefits is $330,000 for 2023.

how to set up Qualified Retirement Plan ?

Employees can receive the tax benefits of participation in a qualified plan simply by signing up for and contributing to a plan that their employer offers.