2 retirement bills you should know about: ‘SECURE 2.0’ and ‘Cardin-Portman’ have strong bipartisan support – BenefitsPro


Although their provisions are useful and widely known, when these two might become law remains to be seen.

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“SECURE 2.0″ is the nickname of some fairly significant retirement legislation that has been introduced. A recent TIAA webinar aimed to clarify what’s in this legislation working its way through the House of Representatives, as well as what is in tandem legislation wending through the Senate. TIAA’s Larry “Chad” Chadwick, SMD Government Relations; Christopher Spence, Managing Director, Federal Government Relations; David Swallow, Head of Consultant Relations, and Raoul Manchand, Director of Regulatory Engagement provided insights into the two pieces of retirement legislation.

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C.J. Marwitz

C.J. Marwitz is the editor for the retirement industry audience and a digital managing editor at BenefitsPRO. She is currently considering pitches for unpublished contributed content related to the employer-sponsored retirement plan arena. A former technology editor, advertising copywriter, and academic advisor, Marwitz is the mother of three and walker/stick-thrower/treat-giver to a Welsh Corgi named Leeloo.

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