Federal agencies today updated the lists of regulations they are trying to develop and revise.
The agencies publish the “semiannual regulatory agenda” every 6 months in the Federal Register.
The Internal Revenue Service, an arm of the U.S. Treasury Department, has many regulatory projects of interest to insurers in the proposed rule stage.
The IRS to-do list, which is on the Web includes items such as developing the rules for hybrid retirement plans, updating the rules governing cafeteria plans, and setting guidelines for retirement benefit streams with several different starting dates.
In addition, the IRS is asking members of the public for recommendations about what sorts of guidance it should issue during the year starting July 1.
The deadline for IRS guidance wish lists is May 31, according to IRS Notice 2007-41, which is on the Web Document Link’>Document Link’>Document Link