According to several news reports, some Connecticut residents were unaware they would be paying .5 percent of their paycheck toward Connecticut’s new paid family and medical leave program beginning in January, but there is another
Connecticut Retirement Security Authority
The U.S. Department of Justice has signed onto a lawsuit challenging the legality of California’s retirement savings program, which could ultimately affect Connecticut’s plan to implement 401(k) style retirement plans for private-sector workers. The Dept.
A provision in the 2019 budget deal eliminates the inclusion of multiple private vendors from Connecticut’s retirement-for-all program, leaving the state to choose only one vendor to offer different retirement plans and products to private