On December 29, 2022, President Biden signed into law the $1.7 trillion Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023. Included in this 4155-page omnibus spending bill was one of the most comprehensive updates to retirement plan law in recent history. The parts of the new law pertaining to retirement plan law are collectively referred to as the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act 2.0 (or "SECURE 2.0").
As a result of these sweeping changes, we created this page to help retirement plan sponsors track the opportunities and challenges SECURE 2.0 presents.
The SECURE Act changed how investment vehicles are handled. We’re here to help with our latest ebook. Learn the ins and outs of the SECURE Act so you can explore what this means for your estate strategy.
The Secure 2.0 Act of 2022 includes numerous provisions. Some are highly technical in nature, while others will affect a broader swath of plan sponsors. Below are our to ten most notable provisions.
Contact us today if you have questions about how SECURE 2.0 may impact you and your employees.
SECURE 2.0 brings an exciting boost for small businesses looking to establish 401k plans for their employees. With the expanded credit for 401k plan start-up costs, employers with up to 50 employees can now receive a credit of 100% of qualified start-up costs. This is a significant increase from the previous credit. Additionally, employers with up to 50 employees may also be eligible for an additional credit of up to $1,000 per employee for eligible employer contributions. However, this additional credit will phase out for employers with between 51 and 100 employees.