We wanted to touch on recent legislation that became effective January 1st, 2020. It will inevitably affect many retirement savers, for better or worse. Here are a few of the most significant changes that you should be aware of: ‘SECURE Act Top 10 Key Provisions’.
If you have any questions on the SECURE Act (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement), let us know and we can help clear up confusion.
Stay tuned for our next post on recent market movements and the focus on the Impeachment Hearing and the Coronavirus.
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