Issues & Insight | State & Federal Retirement Requirements Workshop
Are you aware of the CA Retirement Plan Mandate for small businesses going into effect on June 30th, 2022? Do you know how it may impact your business? What are your options, the costs, pros, and cons?
Bring your lunch and your questions to our virtual forum on Wednesday, June 8th, 12:00-1:00 PM. Hosted by the Culver City Chamber of Commerce and moderated by Executive Director, David Voncannon.
We are pleased to present a panel of industry experts who will give you the facts on the California Mandatory Retirement Plan that is already in effect.
Representatives from New York Life, Protection Point Advisors, Transamerica, John Hancock, and FuturePlan will share critical information and address important questions about relevant deadlines and requirements for the majority of businesses operating in California, whether they are currently offering a retirement plan or not. They will also discuss the penalties for failing to comply with the current mandates and deadlines.
You'll have the opportunity to learn about the following:
Required Retirement Plan Mandates for Small Businesses in California. What's in place now, and what's coming soon?
State and Federal Restatement Requirements for Existing Retirement Plans
Cedric Joinswith New York Life Insurance Company | The role of the financial advisor
Cheryl Courtneywith FuturePlan| The role of the TPA and Mandatory Restatement
Gary DiLoretowith John Hancock | Retirement Plan Services | The role of the plan recordkeeper
Monica Razuleu-Munozwith Protection Point Advisor | Financial Advisor
Chris Castro Regional, Transamerica |Vice President
Thomas Francis, Transamerica | External Sales Consultant
Dan Roger, Transamerica |Director, MEP and Special Markets
There will be 10-15 minutes at the end for the panel to respond to questions.
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