The House overwhelmingly passed the bipartisan Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2022 (SECURE Act 2.0) on March 29. The bill now goes to the Senate for reconciliation with provisions contained in the bill (S. 1770) under consideration in the Senate Finance Committee. The SECURE Act 2.0 builds on the first SECURE Act, which became law in 2019. The goal of the new legislation is to improve the retirement savings system by expanding coverage and increasing retirement savings. Following is a summary of some of the more significant provisions in the House bill.