Why Retirement Plan Sponsors are Always on the Hook for Liability

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Whoever said the road to hell is paved with good intentions might have been a retirement plan sponsor. While setting up a retirement plan is a good intention, a plan sponsor’s lack of diligence in reviewing what is going on with the plan has the unfortunate consequence of possibly resulting in potential liability for a breach of fiduciary duty. This article is about why plan sponsors are always on the hook for liability and what they need to avoid that hook at all costs.

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