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Keeping Up with The Trends in 401(k) Plans

In the scheme of things, it was not that  long ago that defined benefit pension plans were the main retirement plan game in town.  But now – for better or for worse – 401(k) plans rule in the private arena.  […]

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Trick or Treat – IRS Issues Retirement Plan Limitations for 2014

In keeping with the trend of issuing significant guidance around holidays, on October 31st, 2013, the IRS published its annual cost-of-living adjustments to the dollar limitations on benefits and contributions under qualified retirement plans for 2014 (IR-2013-86).  Although some limitations, […]

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Roth Opportunity Expansion for All the Wrong Reasons

Congress continues to work (or some might suggest not work) in its typically convoluted motif.  Among the tax law changes in the American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA) (also known as the fiscal cliff compromise bill) is a provision expanding the […]

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