York county contractor sued for unpaid employee 401k contributions

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HARRISBURG, Pa. – The U.S. Department of Labor is suing a York County business for failing to contribute to the company’s employee 401k retirement plan.

The civil action filed on April 29, in federal court in Harrisburg, alleges that BC  Inc, a residential and commercial roofing, building and contracting business in Brogue, and it’s president and sole owner Tarry Bratton, who is also trustee of the plan, from January 2009 to July 2012 failed to remit mandatory employer contributions to the company’s 401k plan and failure to take any action to collect the contributions from the company payable to the 401k plan. The company’s 401k plan was established in October 2004.

The lawsuit asks that the Court order Bratton and BC Inc restore to the 401k plan all losses including interest and provide the U.S. Labor Department all court records relating to the company 401k plan, plus pay court costs.

To read the entire lawsuit click here.