Subscribe (Free) to
Daily or Weekly Newsletters
Post a Job

Featured Jobs

Distribution \ Loan Clerk

Retirement, LLC
(Remote / Oklahoma City OK)

Retirement, LLC logo

Retirement Plan Relationship Manager

ERISA Services, Inc.
(Remote)

ERISA Services, Inc. logo

Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Associate Attorney

Verrill
(Portland ME / Boston MA)

Verrill logo

Fund Administrator

Plumbers Local Union No. 1 Benefit Funds
(Long Island City NY)

Retirement Plan Documents Specialist

Loren D. Stark Company
(Remote)

Loren D. Stark Company logo

Executive Compensation Lawyer

Trucker Huss, A Professional Corporation
(Remote / San Francisco CA)

Trucker Huss, A Professional Corporation logo

Retirement Plan Consultant

Carpenter Morse Group
(Remote)

Carpenter Morse Group logo

Administrator/Consultant (DC and DB)

TPA Professionals
(Remote / Fort Myers FL)

DC Plan Administrator

Retirement, LLC
(Remote / Oklahoma City OK)

Retirement, LLC logo

Retirement Plan Specialist

RTD Financial Advisors
(Philadelphia PA)

RTD Financial Advisors logo

Retirement Plan Legal Specialist

Pentegra
(Remote / West Harrison NY)

Pentegra logo

Retirement Plan Administrator (TPA)

Retirement Plan Consultants
(Remote)

Retirement Plan Consultants logo

Jr Retirement Plan Administrator/ Administrative Assistant

Hochheiser Deutsch & Co, Inc.
(Melville NY)

Hochheiser Deutsch & Co, Inc. logo

Quality Assurance Manager

Bates & Company
(Remote / Winter Park FL)

Bates & Company logo

Compliance Analyst

Pentegra
(Remote / West Harrison NY)

Pentegra logo

View More Employee Benefits Jobs

Free Newsletters

“BenefitsLink continues to be the most valuable resource we have at the firm.”

-- An attorney subscriber

Mobile App image LinkedIn icon
Twitter icon
Facebook icon

<< Previous news item   |   Next news item >>



Massachusetts Considers Retirement Plan for Workers in Private Sector
The Boston GlobeLink to more items from this source
Nov. 24, 2015
"Under [a plan proposed by Secretary of State William F. Galvin], private investment firms would bid to manage the money of participants. That's different from a competing proposal suggesting the assets should go into the state pension fund, as is being considered in California. Galvin's plan would apply to companies with 25 workers or more. As currently envisioned, it would require those employers who do not offer a 401(k) plan to make the state plan available to employees. They would not be required to offer matching funds."

Please click here to report this link if it is broken (for example, if you see a "404 File Not Found" error message after you click on the link above).
An important word about authorship: BenefitsLink® is providing a hypertext link to the item shown above, but is not the author of the item (unless otherwise specified).
© 2023 BenefitsLink.com, Inc.