In Tech Talk, Susan Diehl tells us how the rules for elective deferrals apply and whether hours must be prorated under certain circumstances.
The DOL has managed to keep its perfect record intact — losing another request to grant a stay in a pending case regarding the fiduciary rule.
The American Retirement Association on Feb. 21 sent a letter to the Oregon State Treasury containing its comments on the Oregon Retirement Savings Plan (ORSP), also known as OregonSaves.
The Office of Management and Budget has scheduled meetings with interested parties to discuss the DOL’s proposal to delay the implementation of the fiduciary regulation.
An unnamed financial services company is suing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over the CFPB’s exercise of power and the plaintiff’s contention that it is unchecked.
The Department of Labor kept its undefeated string going with another win in court, and one that had an element of déjà vu.
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