|1st February 2021|
|IRS Form 1099-R – Deadline to distribute Form 1099-R to participants and beneficiaries who received a distribution or a deemed distribution during the prior plan year.|
|IRS Form 945 – Deadline to file IRS Form 945 to report income tax withheld from qualified plan distributions made during the prior plan year. The deadline may be extended to February 10th if taxes were deposited on time during the prior plan year.|
|15th March 2021|
|ADP/ACP Corrections – Deadline for processing corrective distributions for failed ADP/ACP tests without a 10% excise tax for plans without an Eligible Automatic Contribution Arrangement (EACA).|
|Employer Contributions – Deadline for contributing employer contributions for amounts to be deducted on 2020 S-corporation and partnership returns for filers with a calendar fiscal year (unless extended).|
|1st April 2021|
|Required Minimum Distributions – Normal deadline to distribute a required minimum distribution (RMD) for participants who attained age 70 ½ during 2020 (for participants with birthdays July 1, 1949 and later, the SECURE Act changed the RMD age to 72). Important note: The 2020 RMD requirement was waived under the CARES Act.|
|Excess Deferral Correction – Deadline to distribute salary deferral contributions plus related earnings to any participants who exceeded the IRS 402(g) limit on salary deferrals. The limits for 2020 were $19,500, or $26,000 for those age 50 and over if the plan allowed for catch-up contributions.|
|Employer Contributions – Deadline for contributing employer contributions for amounts to be deducted on 2020 C-corporation and sole proprietor returns for filers with a calendar fiscal year (unless extended).|
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