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  • Investing in a risk and compliance solution is a strategic decision – one that involves change, cost and risk. During implementation key processes are mapped, internal solutions are integrated, and strategic requirements are gathered, creating multiple potential points for delay, cost-overruns and failure. We understand these risks and our implementation experts know exactly how to mitigate them. Our singular focus is helping you succeed. We do this by forging long-term partnerships, where communication and collaboration ensure that obstacles are removed, risks are mitigated, and the path toward successful adoption is paved.

    We provide support throughout the engagement with management expertise and guidance. With deep industry knowledge, our implementation consultants will identify opportunities, avoid risks, and add value throughout every phase of a project. You can be assured that our implementation experts always make your interests their priority.

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IRA Reporting: Excess Contributions and Recharacterizations - Tax Year “During Which” vs. Tax Year “For Which”

(Published February 20, 2019) Reporting certain distributions from individual retirement accounts (IRAs) can be confusing. This article will examine how to report the removal of an IRA excess contribution, and a recharacterization distribution, both of which from a reporting standpoint are dependent on the year of the original deposit vs. the year of distribution.

Health Savings Accounts: Correcting Mistaken Employer Contributions Further Explained by IRS

(Published February 19, 2019) On December 28, 2018 the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Information Letter 2018-0033 detailing specific situations of when an employer has a right to ask a Health Savings Account (HSA) custodian/trustee for the return of its mistaken HSA contributions. The scenarios described in the Information Letter are in addition to those described in IRS Notice 2008-59, Q&As 23 and 24.

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