Tag: Investments

[A version of this article first appeared on FiduciaryNews.com. Once logged in to that site, you can view it here.]   Whether you are a plan sponsor or the participant who is saving for retirement, you are likely to have a question or two when it comes to 401(k) plans. Here are a few of […]

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Recently while browsing the internet for news about the stock market, I came across an article that asked the question, “Is your 401(k) foolish?” Although at first glance I laughed, it made me think about how true this statement actually is. For most, a 401(k) plan is the main vehicle for saving retirement and one […]

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A 401(k) Plan Sponsor has a fiduciary duty to Plan Participants and by default is typically acting as the plans 3(38) Investment Manager.  As such, their duty includes selecting, monitoring, benchmarking, and managing the investment options. With that being the case, many of the sponsors that we talk to, or even the advisors that they […]

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