The account stays with an individual from job to job and in between.
The agency has alleged violations of the ADEA against Norfolk Southern and Llanerch Country Club in two new lawsuits.
The court holds that bundling services or revenue sharing are common and acceptable investment industry practices that frequently inure to the benefit of ERISA plans.
According to IRS Revenue Procedure 2018-52, in general, beginning April 1, 2019, plan sponsors must use the www.pay.gov website when filing a VCP submission and paying applicable user fees.
The court granted the Principal defendants’ motion for summary judgment on all counts in a case questioning guaranteed investment contract arrangements.
Before the House passed the Family Savings Act, leadership added the Senate’s annuity selection safe harbor provision from RESA, potentially increasingly the appetite for compromise legislation.
The House Ways and Means Committee Chairman submitted an amendment to the Family Savings Act.
The agency is accusing an internet-based auto parts seller of violating federal law when it refused to hire a 64-year-old job applicant.
A court agreed that the Kentucky Retirement System board of trustees were permitted by law to choose alternative investments one city claimed produced small returns and high fees.
A case set to go to the U.S. Supreme Court for a decision about who bears the burden of proof when fiduciary harm is alleged in ERISA cases has been settled. Two legal experts weigh in.
The modifications take into consideration changes related to qualified plan loan offsets and other statutory changes.
There are several bases on which the court could impose sanctions.
Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) sent a letter to Government Accountability Office (GAO) requesting a study on the QDRO process.
A DOL investigation found the business owner used benefit plan contributions for corporate and personal expenses.
The legislation would strengthen consumer protections, improve access to retirement savings plans for part-time workers, help increase women’s financial literacy, and give specific support to low-income women and survivors of domestic abuse.
The DC plan trust of Frontier Communications was 219-times more concentrated in Verizon stock than defendants felt was appropriate for the pension plan for which the company bore the investment risk, plaintiffs allege in a new stock drop lawsuit.
Evidence was presented that showed supplemental retirement benefits were placed in the church's building campaign.
Several defendants, including M&T Bank and certain Wilmington Trust subsidiaries were found not to be fiduciaries and dismissed from the case; however excessive fee allegations and a prohibited transaction claim were moved forward against the bank’s retirement plan committee.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation says that mergers can protect the benefits earned by workers and retirees and extend the solvency of troubled plans.
The Butch Lewis Act offers a way to preserve union retiree pension benefits through an emergency loan program funded with proceeds from Treasury bonds; the legislation this week received a 10-year CBO cost assessment of $34 billion.