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SECURE ACT - Modification of Nondiscrimination Rules to Protect Older, Longer-Service Participation

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (SECURE Act) includes provisions that grant nondiscrimination testing relief for

SECURE Act: Plan Adopted by Filing Due Date for Year May Be Treated as In Effect as of Close of Year (Section 201)

The SECURE Act contains a provision that grants employers additional time to adopt a qualified retirement plan. Under current law, in order to make tax-deductible

SECURE Act: Modification of Required Minimum Distribution Rules for Designated Beneficiaries (Section 401)

Based on the new provisions of the SECURE Act, there are now much more restrictive rules surrounding a required minimum distribution (RMD) to designated

SECURE Act: Modification of PBGC Premiums for Cooperative and Small Employer Charity Plans (Section 206)

Many charities and cooperative associations provide their employees with retirement benefits through defined benefit multi-employer pension arrangements

SECURE Act: Business Tax Credits for Retirement Plan Startup Costs and Automatic Enrollment Provisions (Sections 104 and 105)

In an effort to encourage employers to adopt a retirement plan and promote certain automated features, the Act (1) enhances an existing business tax credit

SECURE Act: Repeal of Maximum Age for Traditional IRA Contributions (Section 107)

Prior to a repeal under the SECURE Act, an individual was not permitted to contribute to a traditional IRA after age 70½. Now, however, that restriction

SECURE Act: Penalty-free Withdrawals from Retirement Plans for Individuals in Case of Birth or Adoption (Section 113)

The SECURE Act contains a number of provisions aimed at expanding Americans’ access to their retirement accounts. One such new viable option adds

SECURE Act: Increase in Age for Required Minimum Distributions (Section 114)

The SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) Act institutes a number of changes for retirement plan sponsors and participants, including

SECURE Act: Expansion of Section 529 Plans (Section 302)

Well established and evolved over the years, 529 plans are tax-advantaged strategies designed to encourage saving for future education costs. Withdrawals

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