President Biden has signed legislation that funds another round of assistance as the nation copes with the health and economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Plan participants have more time to roll over certain plan loan offsets under the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA).
The DOL addresses how financial organizations or professionals can receive certain compensation that would otherwise violate the prohibited transaction rules.
On December 21, 2020, Congress passed additional measures to provide economic relief from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. On December 27, 2020, it was signed into law.
The DOL has issued final regulations on registering as a pooled plan provider (PPP), which is one of the initial steps that such providers must take before offering PEPs.
The IRS has published final regulations updating life expectancy tables that are used for required minimum distributions (RMDs) and for other purposes.
IRS Notice 2020-68 provides guidance on the SECURE Act, and on the Bipartisan American Miners Act, which is also part of FCAA.
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.
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.
The SECURE Act requires ERISA-covered plans to disclose an estimated monthly payment that participants could receive in a lifetime income stream.