Plan Sponsors Need To Vet Any TPA Referral They Get

Ary Rosenbaum

One of the most important things that a plan sponsor needs to do is hire a third-party administrator (TPA) to help them handle the day-to-day of plan administration, compliance testing, and annual Form 5500 filing. Yet most plan sponsors don’t vet TPAs before they hire them, often relying on the advice of a financial advisor who may not understand what a TPA does and why there is a need to hire a good one. This article is all about letting plan sponsor understand their need to vet their potential TPA and understand there is a different level of service between TPAs before it’s too late.

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