A full year after issuing the initial proposal – and six years after the issue was first raised — the DOL has released the controversial new fiduciary rule.
Defined Benefit Plans
Employer-provided health insurance coverage for the average American family now costs as much as a small car – $20,000 – every year. That’s the finding of a just released study by the Kaiser Family Foundation nonprofit health research group. The foundation’s annual survey of employer-provided health insurance plans found that employees, on average, pay about […]
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Some employees will likely be unhappy they can’t sock away more in 2011 for retirement than they did this year – at least not through payroll deductions.
Let your Finance people know that for 2010, many employees looking to sock away more for retirement won’t be able to boost their payroll deductions.
The agency just released its cost-of-living adjustments that apply to how much employees can contribute to qualified retirement and other plans.
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