For years, employees who wanted to diversify the tax treatment of contributions to their 401(k) or 403(b) plan accounts could elect to have their own deferrals made on a Roth basis, but all employer contributions had to be made on a pre-tax basis.  SECURE Act 2.0 changed that, allowing employers to make matching or nonelective employer

Late last month on December 20th, the IRS issued IRS Notice 2024-2 (“Notice”), an 81-page set of Q & A guidance that provides much needed information on how to comply with several law changes within the SECURE 2.0 law that President Biden signed into law in December of 2022.  This Blog Post discusses

If you grew your Connecticut business or nonprofit organization in 2023 and have not yet set up a workplace retirement plan, you may need to do so or take other action in 2024.

As we’ve previously covered, Connecticut law now requires most employers that do not already sponsor a qualified retirement plan to facilitate