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What are "Excludable" employees?

"Excludable" employees are defined as: - Employees who have not completed three years of service - Employees under age 25 - Part-time or seasonal employees - Non-resident aliens with no U.S. source income However, if an employer does not exclude all employees in an excludable category, then no employees in that category are considered to be excludable. For example, an employer could not exclude some employees who have less than three years of service but not others, and it could not exclude some employees who are under age 25 but not others.

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