401k Fiduciary Responsibility

October 7th, 2020

Any Individual or entity with discretionary authority over a 401(k) plan’s administration or investments is considered a “fiduciary” to that plan. 401(k) plan fiduciaries ordinarily include the employer, trustees, and investment advisers. Attorneys, accountants, recordkeepers, brokers and insurance agents are generally not fiduciaries. The key to determining whether an individual or an entity is a […]

3 Red Flags Your 401k Provider Hides From You

September 22nd, 2020

Overpaying for a 401(k) could lead to serious consequences like being sued or postponing retirement. Business owners do this all the time. They’ll hire a 401(k) provider without fully understanding their fees. Even when they know that paying excessive 401(k) fees could get them sued or force plan participants – including themselves – to work […]