Non-Resident Alien

21st Oct 2016

An employee who does not reside in the United States and who receives no earned income from sources within the United States is excluded from the required coverage testing for retirement plans. An employee who is a non-resident alien with earned income within the United States may be excluded from coverage testing if all of the employee’s earned income is exempt from U.S. income tax.

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