When You May Have To Fire Your 401(k) Advisor

Ary Rosenbaum
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For most 401(k) plan sponsors, it’s the financial advisor that serves as their ombudsman. They’re usually the provider that the plan sponsor relies on most to provide referrals to other providers such as third-party administrators (TPAs) and to help out when things aren’t going so well. One big part of when things aren’t going so well is when the financial advisor isn’t doing their job competently and doing a disservice to the plan sponsor. This article is about situations where as a plan sponsor, you may have to fire your financial advisor.

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