As a retirement plan sponsor, you have a fiduciary responsibility to make sure that the plan fees are reasonable. In addition to the fact that it is in the best interest of everyone to avoid… Read Moreabout Retirement Plan Fees?
Opening up the office? Woohoo! Congrats! An actual coffee break with colleagues has never been sweeter, right? Whose birthday needs a cake? Just remember, re-opening creates new opportunities for cyber criminals too. They’re ready—are you?… Read Moreabout New Opps for Cyber Criminals
As a record number of new ERISA class actions were filed in the past year, smaller retirement plans are increasingly impacted. Since even the allegation of an ERISA breach can be very costly, small businesses… Read Moreabout Even Allegations Are Costly
Government plans dubbed “Secure 2.0” are underway, strengthening 2020’s Secure Act to advance more retirement saving efforts. Recognizing that the COVID-19 crisis has underscored the critical importance of saving, policy makers are eager to… Read Moreabout Heading Into Act Two
Information about how ERISA litigation is playing out in courtrooms across the country helps retirement plan fiduciaries understand their increasing responsibilities. With the Department of Labor’s recent call to action on cybersecurity, fiduciaries from plans… Read Moreabout Expanding: ERISA Fiduciary Responsibilities
New data points to the importance of plan sponsors continuously communicating with employees about how even modest savings add up on the path to retirement. Here are tips on boosting confidence in retirement saving…. Read Moreabout Can’t Afford to Save?
Under ERISA, Business owners who sponsor 401(k) plans have important fiduciary responsibilities related to the prudent selection and monitoring of service providers. EBSA has now issued guidance to ensure plan sponsors choose service providers who… Read Moreabout High Expectations: Cybersecurity Updates