Gross also assists clients with ERISA reporting requirements including Form 5500s, Summary Annual Reports, and ERISA 204(h) notices.
What does SARM stand for?
SARM stands for Summary Annual Reports (Sprint)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 6 other meanings of SARM in our Acronym Attic
- Spatial Auto Regressive Model
- Special Administrative Region of Macao
- Squadron Aviation Resource Management (USAF)
- Standard Analytical Reference Materials
- Standard Anti-Radiation Missile
- Staphylococcus aureus résistant à la méthiciline (French)
- Sterile A and HEAT (Hydroxyphenyl-Ethyl-Aminomethyl-Tetralone)-Armadillo Motifs (molecular biology)
- Strategic Architecture Reference Model
- Strong ARM (processor)
- Student Activities Revenue Management
- Sumter Anime Revolutionary Milita (South Carolina anime club)
- Sustainable Aggregate Resource Management
- South African Ready-Mix Association
- Swiss Association of Research Managers and Administrators
- Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
- Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center (Boise, ID)
- Search and Rescue Mission Coordinator (US DoD)
- Search And Rescue Management Information System
- SECNAV Automated Resource Management Information System
- Special Access Required Management Information System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary annual reports must be distributed to participants within nine months after the close of the plan year.
Leasher said it appeared Johns Manville may have engaged in a campaign of deliberate deception in order to justify further health cost shifting to retirees when, according to the company's ERISA-required summary annual reports sent to all retirees, the company's retiree costs had stayed pretty much the same over the past decade.
That includes IRS determination letters, plan and trust documents, including all amendments, Forms 5500, summary plan descriptions and summary annual reports.
I'm hearing rumblings that the issue of summary annual reports is coming up again because of the extensive detailed footnotes required for market values, along with all types of subjective analyses.
newsletter publisher on the topic of annual reports, wrote this in a recent issue describing predictions about the emergence of summary annual reports, slimmed down numbers-oriented versions that go light on the communication: "The summary annual report came on the scene during the 1987 annual report year.
How 21 companies handled their summary annual reports How condensed have summary annual reports proven to be?
I'm not referring to summary annual reports, which basically cut out the notes to the financial statements.