SECURE Act 2.0
“Security is not a product, but a process.”
Privacy specialist and security guru, Bruce Schneier, may have been referring to technology security, however the same can be said for developing financial security that will last through retirement. A prime example of this work-in-progress methodology can be seen in Congress’ introduction of the SECURE Act 2.0, updating legislation that has been in place for a mere three years, astute developments to make saving for retirement more attainable.
The bill contains numerous provisions that offer more flexibility to those saving for retirement. Our guide this month identifies some of the key takeaways including an increase in the age for taking RMDs, adjustments to catch-up contribution limits, and many more options that may be available to you. It is important to understand how these changes function before making any decisions on how to proceed. Let’s get started!
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