The plans were abandoned after the plan provider owners took their own lives.
The relief is for retirement plan participant elections and spousal consent required to be witnessed by a plan representative or a notary public.
A recent Supreme Court decision will have a greater impact on health care plans than retirement plans, but it offers insight about ERISA preemption.
One outspoken advocate for the Butch Lewis Act says the time is ripe for addressing the funding challenges faced by union sponsored multiemployer pension plans.
Industry experts say market volatility and cybersecurity issues could lead to new lawsuits.
Priorities of the National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators is in recently introduced legislation, including allowing 403(b) plans to invest in CITs.
Speakers at a Senate Finance Committee hearing called on legislators to create pathways for employers to support retirement savers with competing financial priorities, among other things.
The guidance is intended to help employers that sponsor safe harbor plans comply with provisions of the SECURE Act.
A federal judge concluded that the plaintiffs have failed to exhaust potential administrative remedies.
The 2020-2021 Priority Guidance Plan says the agency will include guidance on uncashed checks.
The lawsuit alleges plan fiduciaries failed to ensure plan investments and fees were prudent.
The parties are now discussing a potential settlement, according to the court docket.