A DOL EBSA interim final rule is published in the Federal Register to guide DC retirement plans that must furnish projections of potential lifetime income streams to participants
The DOL has issued a proposed rule on registration for pooled plan providers (PPPs), who may begin offering pooled employer plans (PEPs) on January 1, 2021.
The DOL has issued a revision and clarification to guidance that implemented emergency paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave under the Emergency Leave Rule.
As part of the TCJA Congress provided more time to roll over certain types of plan loan offsets. The IRS has released proposed regulations to align the IRS’s guidance with the statutory rules.
EBSA publishers proposed regulations intended to govern proxy voting and shareholder rights exercised by fiduciaries of ERISA-governed retirement plans.
EBSA guidance published in Federal Register on registration requirements for a pooled employer plan, or PEP.
The SECURE Act requires ERISA-covered plans to disclose an estimated monthly payment that participants could receive in a lifetime income stream.
The DOL issued a final rule to formalize its policy and requirements for issuing, modifying, withdrawing, and using DOL guidance, and for making guidance available to the public.
The EBSA has announced a September 3 public hearing on the Improving Investment Advice for Workers and Retirees exemption.
The EBSA has issued proposed regulations on registration requirements for entities that will function as "pooled plan providers", or PEPs, for retirement plans.