Secure Lifetime Income Through Secure Act 2.0
October 31, 2022 by Tyler Brown
Even during a contentious election year in Washington, Republicans and Democrats can agree on at least two things: retirement policy and a shared enthusiasm for lengthy acronyms.
That’s good news for retirement savers, as both chambers of Congress have been quietly working on a bipartisan package of retirement policy reforms they hope to pass later this year.
This spring, the House overwhelmingly passed the Securing a Strong Retirement Act (SSRA) by a vote of 414 to 5.
Over the summer, two Senate committees followed suit and advanced similar bills.