In this episode of Human Capital, we talk with Allison Wielobob, general counsel at the American Retirement Association, who’s also a former Labor Department attorney and legislation counsel for the Joint Committee on Taxation.
While the industry and agencies are still “catching their breath” after the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019, or Secure Act, was signed into law, Wielobob has been busy penning letters to the Department of Labor and Internal Revenue Service on what ARA believes should be on their long regulatory priorities to-do list coming out of the Secure Act.
Listen in as Wielobob also talks about why the idea of a Financial Transaction Tax is rearing its head again as well as what ARA would like to see included in House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal’s upcoming “Secure Act 2.0” legislative package.
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