Originally Posted by bglass
What is the name of the 401K plan that has the profit sharing "feature" ?
401k Profit Sharing Plan. A 401k is a type of profit sharing plan that is also qualified under the Internal Revenue Code. A small business owner may want to add a profit sharing plan to their 401k. One type of profit sharing plan is a New Comparability Plan. If a small business owner would like to maximize the profit sharing contribution to the business owners or key employees while minimizing the contributions into the other employees they may be interested in establishing a New Comparability Plan. A New Comparability Plan is a profit sharing plan in which employees are divided into groups with each group receiving an employer contribution that is a different percentage of compensation. A small business can set up a New Comparability Plan to maximize contributions to the business owner and to benefit key employees while still satisfying IRS rules for a 401k profit sharing plan.