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State-Facilitated Retirement Programs: Legal Implications an
State-Facilitated Retirement Programs: Legal Implications and Policy Developments
Wednesday, May 18, 2022 | 10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
Members Free | Non-Members $15
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A growing number of states and cities are establishing retirement savings programs for private sector employers. These programs include mandatory auto-IRAs, including New York's new mandatory program, as well as voluntary programs, including payroll deduction IRAs, multiple employer plans, and marketplaces. In this program, a distinguished panel will discuss the legal basis of these programs, plan options for employers that participate in state programs, employer-sponsored alternatives to consider, design of state-facilitated plans, fiduciary issues, and related developments on the federal level.
, Senior Associate Editor, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Practical Law, Thomson Reuters
, Cohen & Buckmann P.C.
Hon. Josh Gotbaum
, Chair, Maryland Small Business Retirement Savings Board and former Director, PBGC.
Hon. Preston Rutledge
, Former Assistant Secretary of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration and Founder and Principal, Rutledge Policy Group
Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation
, Gillian Moldowan, Chair
, Diane Fener & Gertrude Pfaffenbach, Co-Chairs
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