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Electronic Disclosure Rule for Pension Plans Finalized

On May 27, 2020, the Department of Labor (“DOL” or “Department”) published a final rule providing an alternative safe harbor for furnishing ERISA pension plan disclosures electronically on a website or via email.  We previously blogged about the proposed rule here.  This post provides an overview of the final rule and highlights some key changes … Continue Reading

DOL Proposal for Electronic Disclosure of ERISA Pension Documents

In October, the U.S. Department of Labor released a proposed rule that would increase plan administrators’ ability to make certain required ERISA pension disclosures through electronic, rather than paper, delivery.  Below is a summary of the proposed rule with some highlights on aspects of the proposal that have been questioned by interested parties and might … Continue Reading

Electronic Disclosure: Which Way Are We Going?

A recent GAO Report offers interesting insight into the Department of Labor’s thinking on electronic disclosure. For the better part of the last ten years, many plan sponsors and service providers have been pushing for more flexibility to provide required disclosures electronically.  In particular, they have asked the Labor and Treasury Departments to replace an … Continue Reading
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