When my wife and I bought our house, there were quite a few things that the previous owner forgot to tell us such as the fact they never bothered to pull the pipes from the dental office run by a previous owner 20 years earlier or all the bad carpentry work that the husband was a complete failure at doing it himself. When it comes to you sponsoring a 401(k) plan, there is no set of instructions given to you on how to properly operate one. So this article is about the things they never tell a plan sponsor in operating a 401(k) plan.
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Topics: 401k, Asset Management, Benefit Plan Sponsors, ERISA, Fee Disclosure, Fiduciary Duty, Fiduciary Liability, Fiduciary Warranty, Investment Adviser, Investment Management, Mutual Funds, Plan Administrators, Retirement Plan, TPAs
Published In: Business Organization Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Tax Updates
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