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Old 11-24-2015, 11:08 AM
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Default HCE definition for year after hire year

My understanding is that HCE status for the current year is determined by the comp earned and the HCE comp limit in the previous year.

If that previous year is the year of hire it is likely a partial year. Is there any justification in pro-rating the HCE comp limit for that partial year in determining the HCE status for the current year?

thanks for any help.
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Old 11-24-2015, 02:17 PM
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My understanding is that HCE status for the current year is determined by the comp earned and the HCE comp limit in the previous year.

If that previous year is the year of hire it is likely a partial year. Is there any justification in pro-rating the HCE comp limit for that partial year in determining the HCE status for the current year?

thanks for any help.
No. If they made less than the HCE limit in the previous year (with the current employer) then they are not an HCE this year.
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