As if your departments didn’t have enough to do before Dec. 31, IRS has issued a slew of updates for the new year. No worries — you’ll find them all here.
Defined Contribution Plans
We’re in the thick of it now! The major push toward year-end is upon us, which means that Finance is likely busier than it is at any other time of the year.
Employer retirement plans have been in the spotlight lately. Many employers are ahead of the game, offering workers a variety of options for saving and matching contributions. So how does your company measure up against your peers? Most are opting for traditional 401(k) plans, according to XpertHR’s 2021 Employee Benefits Survey. Sixty percent of employers […]
It’s that time again! The feds are churning out updates your finance department will need on Jan. 1.
Your company’s retirement plan works best when employees are using it … and using it to its full potential. So how confident are you that it’s happening?
The IRS just released the 2018 retirement plan contribution limits and, unlike last year, there are some key changes — along with murmurs of even greater ones.
The feds keep on cranking out the year-end updates! Up next: cost-of-living pension plan limits.
New year, new numbers, same old process! ‘Tis the season for the feds to start issuing all the key updates Finance departments everywhere will need on Jan. 1.
The IRS just released the 2017 retirement plan contribution limits, and the changes aren’t big ones.
The disparity between the benefits offered by large firms and those offered by small and mid-sized firms seems to be shrinking like the polar ice caps.
When it comes to 401(k) investments, it’s likely your employees are relying more heavily on target-date funds.
As CFOs are well aware, the Department of Labor has said it plans to release a new rule on the definition of “fiduciary” as early as this fall. But if this bill passes, there’s little chance the agency will be able to do so.
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