Sorry WiseNLucky I should have updated the circumstances. I haven't had a contribution to my plan since 5/17. That means they have missed both the 6/21 and 7/21 deadlines already. I have asked the plan administrator about when the next installment should go in and he said "Last one went out two weeks ago. Problem with posting until we know what we are doing with the company change. I will keep you advised." Company change refers to the company going from LLP to LLC. This transition was supposed to have occured on July 1 and in fact I got my most recent paycheck from the LLC name about two weeks ago. Regardless, it shouldn't have anything to do with the 6/21 deadline which should have been submitted *before* the name change occured.Therefore, I have concluded that they are breaking the law and want to correct the problem. I don't, however, want to jeopardize the relationship and would therefore like to bring this up in an anonymous (or at least non-threatening) manner. Thanks for the info about what it is like to be an Administrator. It sounds like a thankless job. My employer is only about 2 years old and uses ADP for payroll processing. I would *assume* it would be rather simple for them to administrate the 401(K) submissions since I am sure ADP can easily show them the deductions, but I may be wrong.Thanks for the info, if you have any more thoughts i would love to hear them.
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