Ideally, we learn from the experiences of others. If you’re a retirement plan sponsor, you’ll want to note some recent cautionary lessons.
With continuing litigation, prevention is critical for plan sponsors. Here’s how to keep your 401(k) committee on track to help prevent future problems.
Fees have been a focal point of recent retirement plan litigation. Learn what you can do to help reduce potential liability and keep fees reasonable for participants.
You’ve probably heard that a retirement plan advisor can help you control liability, but which type should you choose? Learn about 3(21) and 3(38) fiduciaries.
The combination of financial stress and increasing retirement plan litigation equal more potential issues for plan sponsors. Learn how to reduce your potential liability.
Most of the people enrolled in your organization’s retirement savings plan are not likely experienced investors. Learn about common participant investing mistakes and what you can do to help.
With the continued litigation trend, 401(k) committee members may wonder how to reduce potential liability. Here are 6 tips to help minimize liability and maximize service to participants.
As a retirement plan sponsor, you are shouldering a lot of risk. With litigation on the rise, learn how you can hire the right type of financial advisor to help you minimize risk, while saving time and worry.
In a recent Supreme Court Decision, retirement plan sponsors got a clear message about the need to continually monitor plan investments. Learn all about this requirement and what you need to do to fulfill it in this article.
You’ve heard the old adage “put it in writing”. With retirement plans, that concept couldn’t be more important. Find out how proper documentation can help reduce the potential for liability for retirement plan sponsors.
If you’re a retirement plan sponsor, you’ve got significant liability for administering the plan properly. Find out how an Investment Policy Statement can help reduce potential liability against both you and your organization.
As a retirement plan sponsor, you need to do everything you can to prevent legal action against your retirement plan. Learn how one simple tool…a calendar…might help you prevent future problems.
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If you play a key role at an organization with a retirement plan, there’s a strong chance you would be considered a plan fiduciary. Learn what that means and how to stay out of trouble.
By almost any measure, target date funds have been a runaway success. But there are also hidden dangers that may pose a threat to unsuspecting plan sponsors and participants. Learn the pros and cons of this common retirement plan investment.