U.S. Code of Federal Regulations
Regulations most recently checked for updates: Sep 21, 2019
(a) General. The terminal report required to be filed by the qualified termination administrator pursuant to § 2578.1(d)(2)(viii) of this chapter shall consist of the items set forth in paragraph (b) of this section. Such report shall be filed in accordance with the method of filing set forth in paragraph (c) of this section and at the time set forth in paragraph (d) of this section.
(b) Contents. The terminal report described in paragraph (a) of this section shall contain:
(1) Identification information concerning the qualified termination administrator and the plan being terminated.
(2) The total assets of the plan as of the date the plan was deemed terminated under § 2578.1(c) of this chapter, prior to any reduction for termination expenses and distributions to participants and beneficiaries.
(3) The total termination expenses paid by the plan and a separate schedule identifying each service provider and amount received, itemized by expense.
(5) The identification, fair market value and method of valuation of any assets with respect to which there is no readily ascertainable fair market value.
(c) Method of filing. The terminal report described in paragraph (a) shall be filed:
(2) In accordance with the Form's instructions pertaining to terminal reports of qualified termination administrators.
(d) When to file. The qualified termination administrator shall file the terminal report described in paragraph (a) within two months after the end of the month in which the qualified termination administrator satisfies the requirements in § 2578.1(d)(2)(i) through § 2578.1(d)(2)(vii) of this chapter.
(e) Limitation. (1) Except as provided in this section, no report shall be required to be filed by the qualified termination administrator under part 1 of title I of ERISA for a plan being terminated pursuant to § 2578.1 of this chapter.
(2) Filing of a report under this section by the qualified termination administrator shall not relieve any other person from any obligation under part 1 of title I of ERISA.