You’re Thinking of Using Your Payroll Provider as Your 401(k) TPA and This is Why You Shouldn’t

Ary Rosenbaum
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The reason you are reading this article is because you have considered using your payroll provider to serve as your 401(k) plan’s third party administrator (TPA). This article is going to show you why this is a bad idea.

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