Oklahoma lawmakers introduced legislation to create a program requiring employers without a retirement plan to offer one to employees.
Legislation to help struggling multiemployer pension funds is to remain in the COVID-19 relief measure headed for a Senate vote.
Virginia lawmakers approved legislation creating an automatic enrollment IRA for employees with no access to a workplace retirement plan.
Sen. Bob Menendez introduced a bill that would require public companies to disclose diversity data for boards and senior management.
A look at some of the various retirement plans proposed at a state level.
House Democrats, led by Rep. Bill Pascrell, introduced a new bill to end the carried interest tax treatment for investment fund managers.
The House Ways and Means Committee approved a package of COVID-19 relief measures that includes reforms for multiemployer pension funds.
The new U.K. Pension Schemes Bill was enacted into law by Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday.
Legislation to help struggling multiemployer pension funds is to be considered this week by a key House panel as part of a relief measure.
Norway is looking to remove restrictions on private occupational pension plans so that they can be extended to young and part-time workers.
Legislation to help struggling multiemployer pension funds could become law if bundled with a COVID-19 relief measure now before Congress.
A longtime proponent of retirement security legislation, Rep. Richard Neal said Congress must do more to help American families.
With just a few days left in 2020, a bipartisan bill to expand the use of open multiple-employer plans has been introduced in the Senate.
Legislation signed by President Donald Trump could kick Chinese companies off of U.S. exchanges unless they are open to audit reviews.
House Democrats introduced two bills that would require retirement plans to take ESG factors into account when making investment decisions.
Multiemployer pension reform will not happen this year, leaving the next session of Congress to craft a solution.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is negotiating a deal to solve the multiemployer pension fund crisis.
Legislation that could prevent some Chinese companies from listing on U.S. exchanges passed the House late Wednesday.
A bill that would give Thrift Savings Plan participants the ability to divest from the fossil-fuel industry was introduced in the House.
Two key Republican House members have introduced a bill that would prohibit states from imposing taxes on financial transactions.
An effort to boost retirement security resulted in a new bill that would require auto enrollment in DC plans, among other provisions.
A bipartisan bill that would provide an incentive for S corporations to convert to an ESOP structure has been introduced in the House.
The House approved a coronavirus relief legislative package that includes major changes for multiemployer pension plans.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a fiscal 2021 budget law that calls for a $4.7 billion contribution to the New Jersey pension system.
Pennsylvania's House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation designed to ensure PennSERS and PennPSERS remain solvent.