Change of Address

RAEL & LETSON’S SAN MATEO CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS

Change of Address

We are moving!

Rael & Letson is happy to announce the relocation of our Northern California Corporate Headquarters.  Our San Mateo Corporate Headquarters is moving effective August 26, 2020.

We are committed to having no disruptions to our work due to this move.  Please be sure to update your contact records with our new address below.  Note that our email addresses, secure mail delivery, telephone and fax numbers remain unchanged.

Rael & Letson

Corporate Headquarters

2929 Campus Drive, Suite 400

San Mateo, California 94403

Phone:  650-341-3311

Fax: 206-445-1840

 

Please note that all payments should continue to be sent to:

Rael & Letson

Dept LA 24736

Pasadena, California 91185-4736

We are grateful for our relationships with our clients and business associates.  The Rael & Letson team looks forward to continuing to serve you from our new corporate headquarters.

Thank you from your R&L Consulting and Actuarial Teams!

CARES Act

On March 27, 2020, the President signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) into law.  There are three key provisions that target retirement plans and IRAs.  For a high-level summary of these provisions along with our observations please read more here.

New Committee Appointment

Paul Graf has been appointed to serve as a member of the Multiemployer Plans Committee of the American Academy of Actuaries. This committee’s mission is to bring actuarial profession expertise regarding multiemployer pension plans to the public and the United States. Appointment to this important committee is a testament to Paul’s expertise and commitment to our multiemployer pension plan clients.

Senate Pension Proposal

Exactly one year after the Republican’s proposal to the now defunct Joint Select Committee for Multiemployer Pension Plans, Senator’s Grassley (R-Iowa) and Alexander (R-Tennessee) have prepared a revised proposal entitled “Multiemployer Pension Recapitalization and Reform Plan” in an effort to stabilize the multiemployer pension system.
Click here for a high-level summary of key provisions from the proposed legislation.