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Older workers are staying in the job market. Here’s why

While the number of jobs being created is increasing, the number of workers over the age of 65 who are sticking around the job market is increasing as well. Continue reading this blog post to learn why.

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What to do when your state says you need a retirement plan

Are your employees saving for retirement? Findings from the Federal Reserve revealed that almost 25 percent of U.S. adults lack any retirement savings. Many states are now starting to require that employees participate in a state-sponsored retirement program in response. Read this blog post to learn more.

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Why using a 401(k) to pay for emergencies is hurting employers and employees

According to HR leaders, more and more employees are withdrawing $1,000 or less from their 401(k) retirement accounts, a trend that is causing corporate leaders to become concerned about the financial stress that their employees are living with. Read the following blog post to learn more.

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IRS increases retirement contributions for 2020

The contribution limits for 401(k), 403(b), 457 and the federal government’s Thrift Savings Plans have been increased to $19,500 for 2020, according to a recent announcement from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Read the following to learn more about this increase in retirement contributions.

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IRS updates rules on retirement plan hardship distributions

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has finalized updates to the hardship distribution regulations. The updated regulations are intended to make the requirements more flexible and participant friendly. Read the following article to learn more about these updated regulations.

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DOL proposes rule on digital 401(k) disclosures

A newly proposed rule from the Department of Labor (DOL) would allow plan sponsors of 401(k)s and other defined-contribution plans to default participants with a valid email address to receive plan disclosures electronically. Learn more about the proposed rule below.

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Half of older Americans have nothing in retirement savings

Forty-eight percent of Americans approaching retirement have nothing saved in a 401(k) or another individual account, according to the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Continue reading this blog post to learn more.

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IRS bumps up 401(k) contribution limit for 2019

The IRS recently increased the annual contribution cap for 401(k) and other retirement plans. Read on to find out what the new contribution caps are.

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Tax Cut Spurs Employers to Boost 401(k) Contributions

 How will the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act determine your 401(k) benefits? Find out in this article. Following one after the other, large employers including Wal-Mart, […]

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