The SECURE 2.0 Act, signed into law in late 2022, was a follow-up to the original SECURE Act passed in 2019. The bill included more than 90 different provisions scheduled to be phased in over several years. SECURE 2.0 introduced wide ranging changes to employer-sponsored retirement plans as well as IRAs. For 2024, there are
With the April 18, 2023 tax-filing deadline approaching, it’s not too late to consider some strategies that could reduce taxable income. Investors may want to consult with an advisor who understands their individual financial situation before taking advantage of these strategies. Contribute to an individual retirement account (IRA). Taxpayers may make a tax-deductible contribution prior
Senate passage of the EARN Act moves retirement reform legislation closer to a vote before both chambers of Congress.
Following House passage of the retirement reform bill known as SECURE 2.0, the next stop to advance this comprehensive bill will be in the Senate.