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How long legally does an employer have to release funds after signing profit sharing release forms, in Washington?

Jan 22, 2014 by THOMAS from Rochester, WA in  |  Flag
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All profit sharing plans and 401K’s are governed under the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). You will need to contact your plan’s administrator to determine what the open period is for your plan and when disbursements are made. Each plan usually has a set open period that allows disbursements to be made to employees who no longer work for the company. When you find out about the open period, you will have to file a request for disbursement. This can be done without contacting the former employer, just by looking at your plan and determining who to contact. Usually, all contact information can be found in the plan material you would have been provided at the time of getting into the plan.

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