The SECURE Act 2.0 aims to help part-time and lower-wage workers — categories where women are overrepresented — save for retirement.
Federal regulators fined the platform $70 million last year for misleading customers into potentially risky stock trades. The company is now hoping to lure new users with its fee-free individual retirement accounts.
The House approved it by an overwhelming, bipartisan majority.
The New York Fed reports that fewer Americans are planning to work deep into their 60s. Many of them are responding to the pressures of the pandemic.
A new pension system doesn't provide as much security.
Buried in your 401 (k) plan statements are fees that could cost you tens of thousands of dollars.