A new study has revealed that the majority of 401k plan participants in small businesses are paying hidden fees. The impact to retirement savings is significant. Regulatory efforts have been stepped up. Here is what… Read Moreabout The Cost of Hidden Fees
As cyber theft from retirement accounts rises, plan sponsors need to act on the guidance issued this spring by the Employment Benefits Security Administration (EBSA). Importantly, this includes communicating with plan participants about protecting their… Read Moreabout Cyber Theft and Retirement Accounts
For years, building a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River has been deemed a “top priority” infrastructure project for the New York-New Jersey region—and the country. Finally, a plan and funding are coming… Read Moreabout Dig This?
As you move from thinking you “should” make a will to getting on with doing so, you might encounter some confusing legal terminology. Don’t let that stop you. Here are a few basic terms to… Read Moreabout Wills: Terminology Explained
When the time comes to execute the will of a loved one or friend, you may find yourself with a growing list of duties and chores you didn’t quite anticipate when you accepted the… Read Moreabout Excel at Execution: Will You?
When plan participants make complaints, take them seriously from the beginning. In addition to the threat of an ERISA lawsuit, you could also find yourself getting a call from the Department of Labor (DOL) to… Read Moreabout Audit Alert: Are You Ready?
As the employment disruptions set in motion by the pandemic continue for businesses and their workers, it’s an important time for plan sponsors to facilitate the portability of retirement accounts between companies. Job path… Read Moreabout Commit To Portability