On April 26, 2021, the American Retirement Association and 6 other organizations wrote to the Department of Treasury and Internal Revenue Service to ask for improvements to the early release drafts of IRS Forms W-4P and W-4R for the 2022 tax year.
The American Retirement Association (ARA) is the coordinating entity for its five underlying affiliate organizations representing the full spectrum of America’s private retirement system: the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries; the American Society of Enrolled Actuaries; the National Association of Plan Advisors; the National Tax-Deferred Savings Association; and the Plan Sponsor Council of America.
The ARA’s diverse membership made up of over 25,000 individuals who provide consulting and administrative services to American workers, savers, and the sponsors of retirement plans – including organizations of all sizes and industries across the nation who sponsor and/or support retirement saving plans – are united in their common dedication to the success of America’s private retirement system.
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