The SECURE Act 2.0 has already begun changing the way Americans save for retirement. To help employers better understand those changes, we created an informational hub for all resources related to the legislation.
In December 2022, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement (SECURE) 2.0 Act was signed into law, helping more Americans save for retirement.
With many new provisions in effect — and more to be rolled out over the next several years — the SECURE Act 2.0 aims to make employer-sponsored retirement plans more affordable and manageable to increase retirement readiness for all.
As an employer, there's a great deal of information to process to make sure your plan remains compliant. If you're not familiar with all the ins and outs of the new act, we can help.
A spot for all things SECURE Act 2.0
ADP designed a resource-packed SECURE Act 2.0 digital hub to help ensure employers are ready to comply with new provisions, take advantage of increased tax incentives and much more.
Explore the hub to learn about:
- Fast facts. Get a quick recap of the act's highlights to understand how it will impact your business and employees.
- Key provisions. From automatic enrollment to catch-up contributions to student loan matching, find out how the SECURE 2.0 Act is working to improve retirement outcomes.
- Trending resources. Read the latest articles covering SECURE 2.0 and related topics.
- FAQs. You have questions; we have answers. Download a complete list of common FAQs to get detailed clarification on the new provisions.
SECURE Act 2.0 at-a-glance
The SECURE 2.0 Act of 2022 Insights infographic provides an easy digest of the Act's key provisions and features.
Visit adp.com/secure2 to access the hub and get your business on track for today and the future.
Learn how to choose the right plan for your business. Connect with an ADP retirement specialist or call 1-800-432-401K today.
ADP, Inc., and its affiliates do not offer investment, tax, or legal advice to individuals. Nothing contained in this article is intended to be, nor should be construed as, particularized advice or a recommendation or suggestion that you take or not take a particular action. Questions about how laws, regulations, guidance, your plan's provisions, or services available to participants may apply to you should be directed to your plan administrator or legal, tax or financial advisor.