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Black Enterprise's Jeffrey McKinney covers the latest efforts by Robert L. Johnson, Founder & Chairman of The RLJ Companies, to rally support for Department of Labor guidance regarding auto portability.
Retirement Income Journal's Kerry Pechter reports on the progress towards solving cash-out leakage, with auto-portability recently going live with a large recordkeeper and a mega plan sponsor. Pechter interviews RCH founder, president & CEO Spencer Williams.
RCH's Mike Goode brings us up-to-date on cybersecurity issues affecting the retirement services industry and offers 3 tips to retirement plan participants on how to protect themselves in the era of cyber crime, including consolidation of retirement savings accounts.
401kWire's Chelsea Tyson reports on RCH's completion of the "first fully automated, end-to-end transfer of retirement savings from a safe harbor IRA into a participant's active account."
Testifying before a July 19 House Ways & Means Subcommittee on Tax Policy, NAPA Vice President Jania Stout offered her support for auto portability.
PLANSPONSOR's Rebecca Moore reports on the letter from US Senator Tim Scott, urging Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to provide guidance on auto portability "as soon as possible."
Robert L. Johnson applauds U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) and ten Republican U.S. Senators for their letter urging U.S. Department of Labor Secretary R. Alexander Acosta to increase retirement savings opportunities for minority and working class Americans