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Is a Form 5500 required?   

The Internal Revenue Service no longer requires the filing of a Form 5500 for small business benefit plans if the plan had fewer than 100 participants in the plan year. This change became effective in 2002.

Other resources:

IRS Notice 2002-24

article: "Taxation of small business health plans"

 

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