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Who must file the Form 5500? A Form 5500 is required to be filed each year if the plan has employees or more than $250,000 if the business owner is self employed. It is the responsibility of the plan sponsor to ensure the filing is done in a timely manner.What is the deadline for 5500 filing?
The filing deadline for the Form 5500 is the last day of the seventh month following a 401 (k) plan’s year-end (July 31 for calendar-year plans). Can the Form 5500 Filing Deadline be Extended? Yes.When is IRS Form 5500 due?
The annual reporting obligation is generally satisfied by filing Form 5500 or Form 5500-SF, plus any required schedules and attachments. Form 5500 must generally be filed by the last day of the seventh month following the end of the plan year, unless an extension applies.Who is required to file a Form 5500?
Who is Required to File? Every pension and group welfare benefit plan that is subject to ERISA is required to file a Form 5500, with the following exceptions: A Welfare Benefit Plan that covered fewer than 100 participants as of the beginning of the plan year and is unfunded, fully insured, or a combination of insured and unfunded;