Curb Your Enthusiasm On These Annoying 401(k) Practices

Ary Rosenbaum

One of my favorite TV shows of all time is Curb Your Enthusiasm. It may be sacrilege, but I enjoy the show as much as Seinfeld. One of the reasons I love the shows is because I love Larry David as played by Larry David (he is playing a fictionalized version of himself). I see some part of me in Larry, but Larry takes it to the extreme. Unlike me, Larry refuses to pick and choose which battles to fight and he often stubbornly focuses on petty details and his opinion to the extent of aggravating everyone around him just to prove an insignificant point. For this article, I’m going to express what aggravates me about the retirement plan business that you probably don’t even know as 401(k) plan sponsors.

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