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week ending September 25th, 2020
We are finishing up our 2020 PLANSPONSOR National Conference today, and it has been a great experience. In this edition of PLANSPONSOR Weekend, you’ll find coverage of many of the discussions during the conference. And, if you want more, just visit Have a great weekend, everyone!
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PSNC 2020: Legislative and Regulatory Update Part I
Speakers primarily discussed what responsibilities the CARES Act has put on the shoulders of plan sponsors.
PSNC 2020: New Thoughts About QDIAs
A ‘dynamic QDIA’ that starts participants off in TDFs and then moves them to managed accounts is a potential trend for the future.
PSNC 2020: Addressing Employees’ Student Loan Debt
More employers are helping workers restructure loans, and some are even repaying the loans directly.
PSNC 2020: Preston Rutledge’s Inside View of the DOL
As the nation’s top retirement and health plan regulator, Preston Rutledge oversaw an agency of more than 800 employee benefits professionals in offices throughout the United States.
PSNC 2020: Evaluating Service Providers
The COVID-19 pandemic was a test for provider relationships. Did plan sponsors see their providers as real partners or did they see a change was needed, and how might RFPs be different going forward?
PSNC 2020: Moving the Investment Menu Beyond Mutual Funds
Retirement industry experts take a look at collective investment trusts, exchange-traded funds and separate accounts.
Popular Reads
Contribution Limits Unchanged for 2021
Most contribution and benefit limits for employer-sponsored plans remain unchanged for 2021, according to the IRS.
House Committee Introduces ‘Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2020’
The legislation proposes expanding automatic enrollment in retirement plans, and expanding retirement savings options for nonprofit employees, among other things.
Examining Trump and Biden’s Plans on Social Security, 401(k)s and Taxes
The two candidates differ in their approaches to several key areas of importance in the retirement planning industry.
2020 Recordkeeping Survey
Data and Research
COVID-19’s Effect on Retirement Savings Could Be Long-Lasting
Actions detrimental to employees’ long-term financial security have increased 50% since April, and illustrations show the effect of some of those actions on account balances at retirement.
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