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3 Key Questions Now That The SECURE Act Is On The Books

Law360 (January 9, 2020, 2:12 PM EST) -- The most significant retirement law since 2006, the SECURE Act, could reduce the costs and risks of running a retirement plan, while getting more workers enrolled. But will it?

That remains to be seen, attorneys say, pointing to lingering questions about the retirement savings vehicle created when the hallmark benefits legislation was signed into law last month: the pooled employer plan.

Here, Law360 discusses the three most pressing questions about the plans.

Who will sponsor these plans?

Pooled employer plans belong to a family of retirement savings vehicles known as "multiple employer plans," which are usually sponsored by companies whose sole...

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