SECURE 2.0 Act – Section 109. Higher Catch-Up Limit to Apply at Age 60, 61, 62 and 63

SECURE 2.0 Act – Section 109. Higher Catch-Up Limit to Apply at Age 60, 61, 62 and 63.

Under current law, catch up contributions allow those age 50 and older to make additional contributions to their retirement accounts in excess of the annual applicable limits. Beginning in 2025, individuals ages 60 to 63 will be able to contribute even more to their workplace retirement accounts.

Under the Secure Act 2.0 Section 109, individuals will be allowed to contribute the greater of an additional $10,000 per year to a workplace plan or 50% more than the regular catch-amount in 2025. The increased amounts will be indexed for inflation after 2025.  IRA accounts currently allow for a $1,000 catch-up contribution for people age 50 and over and starting in 2024, this amount will be indexed for inflation as well. 

If you have any questions about SECURE 2.0, please contact a member of the Schneider Downs Retirement Solutions team at [email protected].

This article is part of a series highlighting the impact of the SECURE 2.0 on retirement plan sponsors, participants and retirees. You can view our full catalog of SECURE 2.0 articles here or download our comprehensive SECURE 2.0 eBook here.

About SECURE 2.0

SECURE 2.0 was signed into law by President Biden on Dec. 29, 2022, as part of a $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill.

This massive piece of legislation builds on the foundation that was laid by the 2019 Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act to further improve upon the success of the private employer-based retirement system by making it easier for businesses to offer retirement plans and for individuals to save for retirement.

The full text of SECURE 2.0, including provisions that affect pension and cash balance plans, may be found on pages 2,046-2,404 of the omnibus Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023.

About Schneider Downs Retirement Solutions

Schneider Downs Retirement Solutions has experience in all facets of qualified and non-qualified plan delivery, which allows us to be flexible to the needs and direction of our clients. Our specialized team of advisers and consultants provide objective advice and expertise to help plan sponsors govern their retirement plans appropriately, mitigate risk, improve participant outcomes and support efficient and compliant plan operations. 

Schneider Downs Wealth Management Advisors, LP (SDWMA) is a registered investment adviser with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). SDWMA provides fee-based investment management services and financial planning services, along with fee-based retirement advisory and consulting services. Material discussed is meant for informational purposes only, and it is not to be construed as investment, tax or legal advice. Please note that individual situations can vary. Therefore, this information should be relied upon when coordinated with individual professional advice. Registration with the SEC does not imply any level of skill or training.

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