In late 2019, the president signed the SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) Act into law. Required minimum distributions (RMDs) for employer-sponsored plans and IRA accounts were raised from 70 ½ years to 72 years old. It Read More
Upon becoming eligible to participate in your company’s 401(k) plan, participants are asked to select investments, contribution rate and to indicate a beneficiary designation. This is obvious and it is likely that an application would not be Read More
Retirement plan committees aren’t required by ERISA, but they can be extremely beneficial nonetheless — especially for larger plans. And if they’re constructed and operated appropriately, they can even help in the event a sponsor is sued. Depending Read More
While one could say it’s always a good idea to focus on well-being of any type — whether that’s physical, mental, or financial wellness — there’s perhaps never been a more important time to help employees improve their financial literacy, behaviors Read More
Health care planning is a sensitive subject that often takes you and your advisor places you don’t want to go. But given rising expenses, no retirement plan is complete without some kind of provision for health care needs.