Post-Employment 401(k) Rollovers: Questions HR Should Ask
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It can be difficult for a 25-year-old to envision life after age 65, let alone to start saving for it—and many young people aren’t even sure how or where to start. That’s why it’s important for employers to take an active role in educating employees at every stage of life about the benefits of retirement savings plans.
SHRM: Apply 'Seller's Carve-Out' to Small Retirement Plans
IRS to End Determination Letters for Qualified Retirement Plans
Guidance Eases Use of Annuities in 401(k) Plans
A 401(k) Fiduciary Checklist
White House Proposal Requires Employers to Provide IRA Option
Fiduciary Standard for Advisers Sparks Contentious Debate
Many Don't Know They're Paying 401(k) Fees
Employees Want Help Deciding How Much to Save
Latinos in California Lag in Workplace Retirement Savings
More Workers Plan to Postpone Retirement, If They Can
DOL Seeks Comments on Proposed Retirement Advice Rule
Early Retirement Incentive Programs: Do's and Don'ts
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Prepare for Imminent FLSA White-Collar Regulations
By Allen Smith 2/20/2015
When an employer may require retirees to contribute toward bargained-for retiree health benefits may boil down to the rules of general contract interpretation, according to a Nov. 10, 2014, oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court.
“Most of the justices were leaning toward rules of general contract interpretation,” Amy Covert, an attorney with Proskauer in New York City, told SHRM Online. The justices didn’t want to put a “thumb on the scale in favor of employers or employees” with default contract presumptions.
America’s pending retirement crisis—a scenario characterized by millions of workers facing financial shortfalls in their golden years—has gotten the attention of state governments.