Last week, the B.C. Government introduced a bill that, if passed, would expand the exceptions to the Pension Benefits Standards Act’s rule against attachment of pension benefits.
Currently, the Pension Benefits Standards Act permits pension benefits to be attached by certain notices and orders made under the Family Maintenance Enforcement Act when a person defaults ...
On December 31, 2022 amendments to B.C.’s Pensions Benefits Standards Regulation came into force. While these amendments primarily address PfAD reform for target benefit plans, they also updated the information that target benefit plans are required to provide to active and retired members in their annual statements.
In particular, the annual statements for active ...
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