Retirement

Updates

protected content IRS Final Rule; New Legislation; Tidbits of Info

On Tuesday, a group of four Senators (two Republicans and two Democrats) introduced 4 bills that focus on retirement and emergency savings. The primary bill that impacts large employers would be the first one listed below – The Strengthening Financial Security Through Short-Term Savings Act… More

protected content Family Leave, Lifetime Income, Rothification

The Senate Finance Committee has scheduled a hearing to discuss Paid Family Leave. The hearing will be before the Subcommittee on Social Security, Pensions, and Family Policy… More

protected content Alert: State & Local Retirement Program Updates

I would like to take a minute to provide a few updates on retirement programs and proposals across the country, at both the state and local levels. Below you will find information on a newly proposed local plan, two regulatory updates for states' secure choice programs, and a reminder on how to gain exemption from OregonSaves… More

Legislative Proposal to Expand SCP

ERIC, along with other organizations, sent a letter to Senators Orrin Hatch and Ron Wyden with a proposal to restructure IRS operations. The proposal would direct the IRS to expand the self-correction program within the IRS’s Employee Plan Compliance Resolution System, to enable businesses with retirement plans to more easily correct common mistakes… More

Joint Association Letter Regarding Missing and Unresponsive Participants

On behalf of the undersigned organizations, we thank you for the meeting we had with your senior staff on May 16 regarding the issue of missing and unresponsive participants and beneficiaries. While we were sorry you could not attend, we had a productive dialogue with staff from the Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)… More

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