SURVEY SAYS: What’s Your Opinion About Certain Provisions of The SECURE Act?

By now, everyone in the retirement industry (hopefully) has heard about the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act.

Among provisions of the SECURE Act are those that would allow unrelated plan sponsors to band together in pooled employer plans, otherwise known as “open” multiple employer plans (MEPs); change the age participants have to start taking required minimum distributions to 72; and provide a new safe harbor for plan sponsors to select a lifetime income provider in order to offer annuities within their retirement plan.


This week, I’d like to know, do you think these provisions will improve the retirement income adequacy of Americans?


You may respond to this survey by 6 p.m. Pacific time today at