A Qualified Plan

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In regards to a qualified plan, discuss the tax implications to the employer, and the tax implications to the employee, of the following three situations:

(1) The employer makes a qualified plan contribution.

(2) The qualified plan trust earns investment income or capital gains.

(3) Retirement distributions are made to a qualified plan participant.

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Kishnewt2017
School: Duke University

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Running head: QUALIFIED PLAN

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Qualified Plan
Name
Institution
Date

QUALIFIED PLAN

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1. A qualified plan is established to give employees within a company a tax break. If
the plan allows the employees to save their salary through deferment for the future,
then the scheme reduces the current income of the employee. This means that in
overall, it reduces the taxable income. The employer, therefore, is able to get and
retain the best employees.
2. A trustee only pays all taxes of the income generated from the trust on the basis of
the type of income....

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