PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending November 11th, 2016
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Happy Friday, readers. What a truly dynamic news week it has been—certainly one for the U.S. history books. This week’s presidential election result, it must be said, opens up just as many questions as it answered. Facing the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency is daunting for some and exhilarating for others, but all of us are facing a new future together after a remarkable (and lengthy) campaign season. In that spirit, collected below are a few highlights from our recent political coverage, offering some food for thought about what might lie ahead. 
Editor's choice
House Republicans Propose Tax and Retirement Policy Changes
A Neuberger Berman analysis shows that House Republicans’ tax and retirement policy proposals may suggest a push toward a universal savings account and a consolidation of current tax code retirement savings provisions. Read more >
Post Budget Act Stumble, Congress Tries Again to Impact Fiduciary Rule
It’s a particular skill of Congress to make the improbable appear promising—whether it comes to overturning the Affordable Care Act or, as was the case this week, delaying the DOL’s fiduciary reform. Read more >
How Tax Reform Could Affect Retirement Plans
Several proposed tax reforms would restructure how retirement vehicles are taxed and could negatively impact retirement plans in a number of ways. Read more >
Employee Benefits and Presidential Politics
What the outcome of the election could mean for the employee benefits industry. Read more >
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Stimulus Bill Extends Some Provisions of the CARES Act

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Practice Management: Areas of Success

A look at what worked particularly well in 2020 and that could keep propelling growth in 2021.

Missing Participant Guidance Released by DOL

The guidance includes best practices for locating missing participants in addition to best practices for documenting efforts to do so.

Vail Resorts Wins Dismissal of ERISA Fiduciary Breach Lawsuit

The Vail Corp. has skied past a fiduciary breach lawsuit, which was dismissed with prejudice in a detailed ruling.

401(k) Plan Administrator Sues VALIC Over Surrender Fees Charged to Plan

The insurer is charged with engaging in a prohibited transaction under ERISA when the fees were charged during a move to a new provider, as well as with self-dealing.

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