FAQs - Which Employers Are Subject to ERISA?

ERISA applies to virtually all private-sector corporations, partnerships, and proprietorships, including non-profit corporations—regardless of their size or number of employees. Churches and governmental employers are exempted from ERISA's welfare benefit plan provisions.

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