Retirement Plan Sponsors: This is Your Wake Up Call

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Anytime I travel, I ask for a wake up call even though my IPhone will blare “The Godfather Waltz” around the same time because you can never be too careful in getting up in the morning. When I travel around the country to speak, I want to make sure I don’t sleep through my allotted time. When it comes to being a retirement plan sponsor, employers never had a wake up call about their fiduciary duty for years and now that there is one, many plan sponsors are still sleeping through it. So this article is about how the rules concerning retirement plans have changed and how plan sponsors need to wake up and take notice of these changes.

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