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Explore a few past webinars below to see what you can expect.
Financial literacy challenges – where do we start?
Tiffany Benigni, CFP®, CPFA®, AIF®
March 09, 2023
Today as a country, we are facing major challenges and headwinds related to financial literacy, undertanding and management. This session helps us understand the current state of financial literacy in the U.S., analyze the underlying factors contributing to lack of understanding and discuss practical ideas to improve financial literacy.
A Fiduciary Guide to SECURE Act 2.0
Duane Thompson, AIFA®
Senior Policy Analyst
Broadridge Fi360 Solutions
Blaine Aikin, AIFA®, CFA, CFP®
Founder and Principal
January 17, 2023
In this presentation, Blaine Aikin and Duane Thompson share their thoughts on the newly-released SECURE Act 2.0 and provide insights into what this legislation means for investment fiduciaries. With the passing of this much-anticipated bill, it will be crucial for advisors to understand the high-level provisions and what it means for plan sponsors as well as advisors’ retail clients. In this session you hear more about changes to auto-enrollment/escalation rules, tax credits for low-income savers, 403(b) changes, RMDs and more.
PTE 2020-02: Self-Corrections, Retrospective Reviews & Penalties for Non-Compliance
Pension Resource Institute
Head of Fi360, a Broadridge Company
December 13, 2022
With the Prohibited Transaction Exemption 2020-02 (PTE 2020-02) now fully in effect, financial institutions have turned their focus on interpreting requirements and implementing policies to maintain compliance with its conditions. Self-corrections and retrospective reviews are at the top of the list of priorities. The former requires a detailed understanding of the penalties for engaging in non-exempt prohibited transactions – both under ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code. According to the final rule, any such corrections must be “specifically set forth in the written report of the retrospective review.”