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- Take Care When Cost-Sharing Under CalPERS 1.3k views | posted on November 7, 2019
- Using 457(b) Unforeseeable Emergency Distributions During the Coronavirus Crisis 1.3k views | posted on March 24, 2020
- A 457(b) Plan Distribution Depends on Which 457(b) Plan You’re In 1.2k views | posted on October 7, 2019
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Tag Archives: coronavirus-related distributions
Although many employers plan to make changes to their retirement plans to take advantage of employee-friendly CARES Act provisions, public agencies should not blindly adopt recommended changes without thinking about the steps involved.
As expected, the recently enacted Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act contains provisions providing affected workers with greater, more tax-favored, access to portions of their retirement savings. Although it will be possible to make Coronavirus-related distributions from 401(k)s, 403(b)s, … Continue reading →