In the Bloomberg Law article “Look for Auto-Enroll, Student Loan Provisions in Retirement Bill,” benefits and executive compensation partner Fred Reish outlined expectations regarding key provisions of the SECURE Act 2.0.
According to the publication, the Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2020 is expected to form the framework for a new package called the SECURE Act 2.0. Reish said, “The SECURE Act 2.0 takes up where part one left off.”
The five provisions Reish expects in a SECURE Act 2.0 package include:
- Required minimum distributions
- Saver’s credit simplification
- Student loan help
- Lost and found database