cafeteria plan

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cafeter′ia plan`


n.
a fringe-benefit plan under which employees may choose from among various benefits those that best fit their needs up to a specified dollar value.
[1985–90]
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Administer the City s Section 125 plan and applicable tax filings that consist of qualified
One of the most popular cost-savings strategies government finance officers use today is the Section 125 plan.
3) Following the original NAIC model statute, it defines a small employer plan as including any insurance whose premium is excluded from federal income tax as an employee benefit, and it notes that paying for insurance through a Section 125 plan has just this effect.
To help some individuals obtain insurance, the law requires employers with 11 or more employees to set up a "federal Section 125 plan" (Businesses with 10 or fewer employees don't have to set up a Section 125 plan, but may choose to do so.
Provides a tax credit for small employers for the cost of implementing a Section 125 Plan ($50 per employee; capped at $2,500)
Employers should be encouraged to implement a Section 125 plan (also known as a cafeteria plan or salary reduction plan) to obtain these tax savings.
In addition to medical expenses, dependent care expenses can also be paid through a Section 125 Plan.
com Provider of payroll and other services, including section 125 plan administration.
Furthermore when an employee authorizes a tax-free wage reduction under a Section 125 plan, the company also saves its portion of the related payroll taxes: FICA, Medicare and unemployment.
Under the "premium conversion" Section 125 Plan, there is no administration.
In addition to standard FSAs, the Internal Revenue Service also allows a simple form of a section 125 plan known as a "premium-only plan," which employees use only to pay for health insurance premiums.
Association and staff alike can benefit from a Section 125 plan.