Multiple Pension Programs (or MPPs), are qualified retirement plans such as the 401(k) plan sponsored by employers. MPPs are subject to the Employee Pension Income Act (ERISA). They must comply with the internal income code in order to be eligible for employer contributions to their pension benefits.
A general example of an affiliate or connected entrepreneur is a farmer's cooperative, business franchises and religious institutions. They can also include multiple employer retirement plans.
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It is important to not confuse some employer retirement plans with the multiple employer plan. This involves unions and is defined by the Labor and Management Relations Act of 47, also known as the Taft-Hartley Act.
MPP sponsor's primary scheme is the one that provides retirement benefits. This primary sponsor is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the plans as well as any fiduciary responsibilities.
According to the primary sponsor of the pension plan administration and asset monitoring, an "adoption by employers" is a group of people who have joined the plan. These are also called "co-sponsors plans".
Co-sponsors are generally not subject to any fiduciary obligations or responsibilities in relation to various employer retirement plans. Employer plans that offer benefits to employees can be attractive for companies because they don't pose a fiduciary threat.