Fiduciary Governance

Understanding Fee Equalization
Fees in 401(k) and 403(b) plans can be complicated. Historically, fees have not been fully and simply disclosed, but the industry is evolving towards greater and more understandable disclosure. Simply put, there are two basic types of fees: administrative and investment-related. The investment-related fees are deducted from earnings on participant accounts and will vary from  Read More →
Financial Hypochondria: When Investment Vigilance Becomes a Problem
Plan sponsors that offer financial wellness programs typically invest much care, time, and effort in improving employee financial literacy. They offer educational content, provide opportunities for group and individual consultation, and encourage participants to approach retirement planning proactively by staying on top of their investments. But what happens when workers go overboard with well-intended advice?  Read More →
IRS/DOL Audits Are Increasing Dramatically: Are You Ready?
It’s no secret that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Department of Labor (DOL) have recently been ramping up retirement plan audits. While an audit may initially seem overwhelming, if you are properly prepared, it can be a relatively quick and painless process. If/when you are notified of an audit, early preparation can help streamline  Read More →

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