OSHA guidance on preparing workplaces for COVID-19
Dealing with COVID-19's massive impact on employers, employee benefits, 401(k) and pension plans, health insurance, and more.
The $2.2 trillion, 883-page Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act passed last week, and among numerous other provisions, the bill provides direct payments for most Americans. But the government could hit some bumps in its efforts to distribute the payments, according to planner Jeff Levine.
Before the bill was passed and signed on Friday, Levine — lead “financial planning nerd” for Kitces.com and director of advanced planning for Buckingham Wealth Partners — tweeted away on what’s in the mammoth legislation, including details on how the payments would work and the waiver of required minimum distributions from retirement accounts for 2020.
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