employee stock ownership plan

(7) Employee stock ownership plan The term “employee stock ownership plan” means a defined contribution plan— (A) which is a stock bonus plan which is qualified, or a stock bonus and a money purchase plan both of which are qualified under section 401(a), and which are designed to invest primarily in qualifying employer securities; and (B) which is otherwise defined in regulations prescribed by the Secretary. A plan shall not be treated as an employee stock ownership plan unless it meets the requirements of section 409(h), section 409( o ), and, if applicable, section 409(n), section 409(p), and section 664(g) and, if the employer has a registration-type class of securities (as defined in section 409(e)(4)), it meets the requirements of section 409(e).


26 USC § 4975(e)(7)

Scoping language

None identified, default scope is assumed to be the parent (chapter 43) of this section.
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