The House Ways and Means Committee by voice vote approved a massive retirement security package known as SECURE Act 2.0.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is negotiating a deal to solve the multiemployer pension fund crisis.
Plan sponsors would have to provide participants and retirees with key information when offering lump-sum buyouts under a Senate bill.
Sens. Bernie Sanders and Chris Van Hollen introduced a bill that would increase oversight on non-qualified deferred compensation plans.
The House passed a $1.4 trillion spending deal, which includes a comprehensive retirement security package, that now heads to the Senate.
A bill will soon be introduced in Congress that would give part-time workers access to retirement plans offered to full-time employees.
Maryland State Retirement & Pension System must now disclose the amount of carried interest paid to private equity general partners.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., introduced a bill that would increase the estate tax to shore up Social Security's two trust funds.
A bipartisan majority in the House approved a retirement reform package by an overwhelming margin — 417-3.
Lifetime income will likely be included in a retirement reform package this congressional session, but stakeholders disagree on a key provision.
Rep. Richard Neal, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, introduced a bill that focuses on aiding multiemployer pension plans.