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Posts Tagged "Fiduciary Liability"

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Convenience shouldn’t be the reason why a 401(k) plan is administered by your payroll provider. Some payroll companies have created 401(k) departments as a way to increase revenue. However, it’s never a good idea for the plan sponsor to combine these services. Why? Hidden costs, lack of flexibility, and compliance. There are some great payroll […]

  • fiduciary lawsuit

By now, most business owners understand that offering a company retirement plan creates some liability, but are you really clear on exactly what you’re responsible for? The defendants involved in the fiduciary lawsuits of Tibble v. Edison International and Sacerdote v. New York University found out the hard way. A close look at the details […]

  • Fiduciary Duties

Many business owners who sponsor 401(k) plans are unintentionally failing to meet their fiduciary duties. Learn how this creates a serious liability, and what you can do about it.

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Fiduciary Shield

Fiduciary Shield