Never Too Early for New Year’s Resolutions

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Posted by Saaib Uppal, CPA

Every year, right around December 31st (and closer to January 1!), we sit down and start to draft up resolutions for the upcoming new year. Whether it’s aiming for a healthier life style, setting aside for targets at work, or perhaps being more fiscally responsible, it’s important to not only make these goals, but to have a plan in place for accomplishing them as well.

Thanks to a recent IRS announcement, we have the relevant information required for the latter category.

Below is a chart that outlines employee benefit plan limits for 2016:

2116 Plan Contribution Limits

Plan administrators should ensure that they pass along this new information to their participants so that they can ensure they have all the required information in planning out 2016.

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Maria T. Hurd, CPA
Retirement Plan Audit Services

Chris J. Ciminera, CPA, QKA
Manager – Accounting & Auditing

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