Only 2 Things A Retirement Plan Sponsor Needs to Limit Their Liability

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People in the professional services industry (legal, financial, or accounting) have a propensity to make something sound more important than it is. Those folks think that by making something sound more important than it is, it might justify their high fees. I don’t have the issue because my fees are reasonable and I don’t bill by the hour, so I can afford to break down hard concepts into ideas that retirement plan sponsors can understand in managing their retirement plan. So to continue that trend, I am going to show you that there are just two things that will help a retirement plan sponsor avoid fiduciary liability; vigilance and finding the right plan providers. That’s it, no brain surgery. If you read this article and take the advice, you’ll have a great retirement plan and limited liability exposure as a plan fiduciary.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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