While it’s hardly a new topic, the subject of missing participants is much in the news today — and arguably a growing concern for plan sponsors, particularly with the expansion of automatic enrollment.
New research suggests that the best ways of motivating participant behaviors differ depending on whether the plan relies on voluntary or automatic enrollment.
The IRS on March 16 issued Revenue Procedure 2018-21, which modifies its procedures for issuing opinion and advisory letters for pre-approved master and prototype and volume submitter plans.
For the first time, the Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act (RESA) has gotten some traction in the U.S. House of Representatives — and on a bipartisan basis.
The Labor Department finally came up short in federal court — but trade industry headlines notwithstanding, like Mark Twain, the rumors of the fiduciary rule’s “demise” might be a bit premature.
The IRS has issued a reminder that the retirement plan participants and holds of IRAs and IRA-based plans who attained age 70½ during 2017 must starting receiving RMDs by April 1.
The IRS on March 14 announced that it is retroactively cutting the user fee involved in using Form 5310, Application for Determination for Terminating a Plan.
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