Legislation


This is where you’ll find our coverage and commentary on legislative proposals pending in Congress, along with regulatory issues that affect actuaries and the retirement industry as a whole.


 

Legislation

Legislation

By ASPPA Net Staff2/20/2015 • 0 Comments

Proposed legislation in Connecticut and Rhode Island would give their respective residents breaks from state taxes imposed on their pensions.
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By Andrew Remo2/12/2015 • 0 Comments

Legislation just introduced in the Oregon State Senate brings the Beaver State a step closer to establishing a state-run retirement savings program.
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By Andrew Remo2/4/2015 • 0 Comments

President Obama’s budget blueprint for fiscal year 2016 contains proposals that would change the tax treatment of IRAs and qualified retirement plans.

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By Judy Miller2/3/2015 • 0 Comments

President Obama’s 2016 budget has been issued, and while parts could expand retirement plan coverage, others are likely to undermine those good intentions.

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By Nevin Adams2/3/2015 • 0 Comments

There is something of a feeling of déjà vu in President Obama’s budget proposal, certainly regarding workplace retirement plans. READ MORE

By Alisa Wolking1/20/2015 • 0 Comments

The 114th Congress has officially kicked off, and federal tax reform remains high on the agenda for this year. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) are launching tax reform working groups to develop recommendations for comprehensive federal tax reform.
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By ASPPA Net Staff1/20/2015 • 0 Comments

A year ago, President Obama touted the voluntary MyRA in his State of the Union Address — but the White House has a lot more to say about retirement this year — and it’s a lot less voluntary.
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By Andrew Remo1/14/2015 • 0 Comments

House Budget Committee ranking member Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md) unveiled a set of tax proposals Jan. 12 that are said to be designed, at least in part, to redistribute current tax breaks for the wealthy to middle-class workers.

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By Andrew Remo12/29/2014 • 0 Comments

Retiring Sen. Tom Harkin’s (D-IA) signature piece of retirement legislation, the USA Retirement Funds Act, has found a champion to carry it into the next Congress.
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By Andrew Remo12/23/2014 • 0 Comments

While finalizing many of the details of the MyRA program, Treasury and the Department of Labor (DOL) may have unearthed some serious new questions. READ MORE

By Andrew Remo12/22/2014 • 0 Comments

Largely overlooked in the flurry of lame duck activity by Congress is a bill that creates a new kind of savings account for those with disabilities.
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By Andrew Remo12/18/2014 • 0 Comments

With just days to go before the end of the 113th Congress, two senior members of the House Ways & Means Committee have introduced a bipartisan comprehensive retirement bill. READ MORE

By Judy Miller12/15/2014 • 0 Comments

Lawmakers have crafted and approved a sweeping bipartisan solution to address the mammoth funding shortfalls of the multiemployer plan system — a solution that is likely to have a long-term impact on defined benefit pension plans for both single and multiemployer arrangements.
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By Andrew Remo12/11/2014 • 0 Comments

Legislation working its way through Congress designed to avoid a government shutdown also contains some pension plan provisions. READ MORE

By Nevin Adams12/8/2014 • 0 Comments

By a large bipartisan majority, the U.S. House of Representatives last week passed tax-extender relief legislation that includes a provision that would affect multiemployer pension plan funding. READ MORE

By Nevin Adams11/19/2014 • 0 Comments

Five Senate Finance Committee members are asking Treasury Secretary Jack Lew for some retirement plan relief. They cite testimony provided in committee and “commonsense suggestions” that include several that ASPPA and NAPA have actively promoted. READ MORE

By Judy Miller11/17/2014 • 0 Comments

When the 113th Congress wraps up in December, it won’t have much to show for its term. Will the 114th Congress that convenes in January be any different? READ MORE

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