Groups Urge DOL to Remedy Trouble Spots in TDF Proposal
As the comment period ends, groups tell DOL to remedy trouble spots in its target date fund proposal.
Small Business Bill, DOL Fee Rule, Roth IRAs Are Top Issues at ASPPA Annual
The small business bill, DOL's final 401(k) fee disclosure rules and Roth IRA conversions were issues on the minds of retirement and pension professionals during the ASPPA annual conference in National Harbor, Md.
Retirement Officials to IRS: Do New Form 1040 Rules Apply to Form 5500?
Retirement planning officials are asking the IRS to clarify whether the new IRS regulations that take effect Jan. 1 regarding the PTIN program for Form 1040 also apply to Form 5500.
Retirement Industry to DOL: Extend Form 5500 EFAST2 Filing Deadline
Retirement planning officials are urging the Department of Labor and the IRS to extend the Oct. 15 filing deadline for the revised Form 5500 to Dec. 31 so small firms can comply.
At DOL Speaks, Top Congressional Staffers Address Retirement-Related Priorities
Senior congressional staffers gathered at the second day of the annual Department of Labor (DOL) Speaks conference in National Harbor, Md., on Tuesday to discuss the legislative activities pertinent to the retirement plan industry.
Queer eye for the retirement guy
"Still Out, Still Aging: The MetLife Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Baby Boomers," conducted with the American Society on Aging (ASA) and its...
MetLife Study on Aging LGBT Boomers Shows Different Views on Retirement
Many struggles alters LGBT group's retirement outlook over other Boomers
Take your practice into a new retirement arena
Most of you are aware that new federal regulations surrounding mandatory retirement plan fee disclosures and participant advice were put on hold. While I'm not...
Easing Retirement Plan Woes
As reports of the huge losses in retirement plans over the past year continue to surface, members of Congress along with the Treasury Department and...
Regulation Takes Center Stage of Crisis
As Congress gears up for a week-long series of hearings on financial regulatory reform--the House Financial Services Committee held a hearing October 21.