Stakeholders have an opportunity to comment on disclosure provisions of the sweeping SECURE 2.0 legislation. The Department of Labor's Employee Benefits Security Administration issued a lengthy request for information on Aug. 11 that covers nine sections of the bill that Congress passed last December.

"(The agency) believes that it will be helpful to initiate several of these actions, given their commonality in affecting reporting of information to the department and the disclosure of information to retirement plan participants and beneficiaries," the department wrote.

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