Tax Reform Could Limit Incentives for Small Business Retirement Plans

The American Retirement Association says that by lowering small business income tax rates to 27% but not applying that to taxes on 401(k) withdrawals for small business owners from the 35% individual tax rate, this creates a disincentive for small business owners to contribute to their retirement plan, or even offer one to their employees.

Union Fund Hit With Excessive Fee Suit

Similar to many excessive fee lawsuits filed against single-employer plans, the complaint accuses a multiemployer plan of failing to leverage its bargaining power to obtain lower investment and recordkeeping fees.