The retirement provisions could surface in the months ahead
Congress is under the gun this week to wrap up fiscal 2022 spending. They must have a funding deal in place or risk a partial government shutdown or must pass another Continuing Resolution. What could this mean for the Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2021, or SECURE 2.0; it has a good chance of finally being passed. Although some changes may occur, many of the provisions are sure to remain in the bill. Lance Schoening reviews the SECURE 2.0 provisions with the most potential for affecting retirement savers. Read Mr. Schoening’s article here…
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