Plan Sponsors Should Avoid Using Their Payroll Provider as Their 401(k) TPA

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I stick to what I know, so I venture very little outside the retirement plan space. I do that because I believe it is less likely to cause trouble. The two largest payroll providers don’t follow that philosophy -- they are also two of the biggest 401(k) third party administrators (“TPAs”) in the country. While it may look good on paper to hire a payroll provider as a 401(k) TPA, it’s actually a terrible idea, and this article will tell you why.

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