Q36: What filing methods are available for the IIS on the Pension Services Portal (PSP)? A36:
All outstanding IISs, regardless of the filing period or due date, must be filed electronically using an online form on the PSP. (IISs must be filed electronically in accordance with Superintendent’s Rule # 4 – Mandatory Electronic Filings
.) Please do not mail FSCO a paper copy of a filing that was completed through the PSP. –03/13
Q37: Can any individual e-file an IIS?
A37: Yes. Any individual with a valid PSP account* may submit an IIS through the PSP.
* Individuals with a valid PSP account include the Pension Plan Administrator and any individual to whom the Pension Plan Administrator has delegated plan access through the PSP. –03/13
Q38: Where can I find step-by step instructions for e-filing the IIS?
Note: To file electronically, you must first activate your PSP account. –03/13
Q40: I just completed and submitted an IIS form through the PSP. Can I submit a subsequent IIS form immediately after?
A40: No. There is a delay of two business days after an IIS form is filed through the PSP, before the subsequent IIS can be filed. - 08/13
Q41: How can I check the status of my plan’s IIS filing on the PSP?
A41: After logging into your PSP account, you can check the status of your IIS filing by following these steps:
- In the top navigation bar, select "E-filing".
- On the “Filing Record” page, enter the plan registration number.
- Then select “IIS” from the filing drop down menu and choose the appropriate filing year from the drop down menu. The status of the IIS filing will be shown in the “status” column. –04/13
Q42: I filed an IIS through the PSP. How can I make changes to it?
A42: If your audited financial statements were restated following a change in accounting policies, and include a comparative restatement for the previous year, do not make any changes to the previous year’s IIS. The change should be included as an accounting adjustment in the subsequent year’s IIS.
In all other cases you may revise your IIS filing. You must make a re-filing request through the PSP. See FAQs on submitting re-filing requests through the Pension Services Portal
for answers to questions about re-filing.
If the filing is to be re-submitted and it was originally filed through the PSP, you must re-file it through the PSP regardless of the due date. –07/13