In This Issue:
- Stuff That Prospective 401(k) Plan Providers Tell You That's True.
- An Employer's "Recipe" for having a Great Retirement Plan.
- Why An Employer Can And Should Set Up A Retirement Plan...more
Keep those Plan documents and amendments.
You will always need them.
Plan sponsors aren't the greatest keeper of plan records because as a plan fiduciary, they think they get too many reports, prospectuses,...more
A family member once said: “there are a lot of yous (sic) and only one me.” That may not be the nicest and most selfless thing to say, but that’s something retirement plan sponsors should think when it comes to the needs of...more
What was good yesterday might not be a good today. Asbestos was a great fireproof building material until it was found to cause asbestosis and malignant mesothelioma Thalidomide was a great drug for morning sickness until it...more
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...more
In our lives, there are times when we have two important choices. It’s Coke vs. Pepsi, Mac vs. PC, Xbox vs. PlayStation (sorry Nintendo), Star Wars vs. Star Trek, and Marvel vs. DC. In the 401(k) space, it’s always bundled...more
Unless they are involved in the retirement plan industry a plan sponsor must delegate much of their duties to retirement plan providers that may include third party administrators (TPAs), financial advisors, and ERISA...more
Any good retirement plan financial advisor understands and will tell you that relationships in the retirement plan business mean everything. The relationships that an advisor can have with their clients and other retirement...more
Back in the day when I was a kid growing up in Brooklyn (much scarier then in the 1970s and 80s), there was an electronics retailer named Crazy Eddie’s. The commercials were memorable as the sales pitchman Jerry Carroll...more
Over time, there are so many full time positions in the workforce that are as obsolete as the Atari 2600 in my garage. Many people remember the milkman or the diaper man who made deliveries or the woman who worked the...more
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