Tag Archives: Secure Act 2.0

The IRS is providing high-income taxpayers with two years of relief from a Secure Act 2.0 provision that would have required them to begin allocating catch-up contributions to their 401(k)s on a Roth basis beginning in 2024. Section 63 of the Secure Act 2.0 called for 401(k), 403(b) and 457(b) plan participants age 50 and […]

The beginning of a new year often comes with many changes. For 2023, some of the most significant transformations are occurring in the retirement industry, thanks to the recent passage of the SECURE Act 2.0. While some of the new law’s provisions will not take effect until future years, others will need to be addressed […]