|February 28, 2017|
Americans Support Advantages of DC Plans
The vast majority (89%) of all households disagree with the statement that the “government should take away the tax advantages of defined contribution (DC) accounts,” and 90% “disagree with the idea of reducing the amount that individuals can contribute to DC accounts,” according to a study from the Investment Company Institute (ICI).Read more >
Employers Shifting to Programs That Include Financial Well-Being
Employers are almost unanimously shifting to an approach of total "well-being" that includes emotional and financial well-being, rather than the traditional approach, which only addressed physical health, according to a survey from Shortlister of the well-being subject matter experts at the nation's top employee benefits consultants.Read more >
ICMA-RC Provides Materials for America Saves Week
ICMA-RC is recognizing America Saves Week, February 27 to March 4, 2017, by publishing an educational website for novice investors working for public-sector employers.Read more >
|Ask the Experts|
Rolling from a 403(b) Plan to a 401(a) Plan
“We are a large controlled group with some entities eligible to sponsor a 403(b) plan, and some not. We are going to be transferring a group of employees from an entity that has a 401(a) and 403(b) plan to an entity that can only maintain a 401(a) plan. Can we move the 401(a) and 403(b) plan monies of their current 501(c)(3) employer to the 401(a) plan of their new employer?”Read more >
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