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Auto Portability - Public Policy
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The American Benefits Council delivered a letter to the Department of Labor (DoL), urging the DoL to act on the problem of unresponsive or missing participants.
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
NAPA Net's Ted Gobbout reports that U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) will deliver a letter to Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, urging DOL guidance on auto portability.
In a 7/5/17 article in BenefitsPRO, RCH's Tom Hawkins makes the case that 401(k) cashout leakage should be plugged, prior to expanding access to workplace retirement savings accounts.
On Thursday, May 11th, the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) will conduct their 80th Policy Forum, sponsored by the EBRI Education and Research Fund (ERF). Hosted at the 20 F Street, NW Conference Center, the Forum is scheduled from 8:30am to 12:30pm.
As much as $2 trillion could be retained in the U.S. retirement systems if Auto Portability were fully implemented, according to new research by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).