Tag "Fee Disclosure Rule"

Exclusive Interview: Jerry Schlichter Reveals 3 Ways 401k Plan Sponsors Can Avoid a Fiduciary Breach

“If diversification of products in the annuity is limited, the product may result in a fiduciary breach because…”

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These Four Quick Fixes for ERISA Can Reduce 401k Fiduciary Stress

We can do these things right now and more people will be able to save for retirement.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 4/25/14

Compliance mess, fee hints and same old same old for investments.

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DOL Proposed 401k Fee Roadmap: Merely Ineffective or A Major Plan Sponsor Sandtrap?

“A one-pager can really let the sun shine on the industry.”

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Exclusive Interview: Omnipresent Marcia Wagner on All Things ERISA

“I see the greatest exposure in not being clear as to what the fees are and what they are for.”

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 12/13/13

401k tops pension alternatives, watering down “fiduciary” and Fee Disclosure Rule Misdirect?

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Detecting These Signs of Overconfidence Can Help 401k Investors Avoid a Fall

How knowing Greek Tragedy and Elizabethan Theater can help us live a better retirement.

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401k Fiduciary Liability in a Multi-Vendor Environment

The best interests of the 401k participants will always trump convenience and cost.

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Exclusive Interview with Phyllis C. Borzi: Why Plan Sponsors Shouldn’t Treat Their 401k Plans Like Cheap T-Shirts

Borzi: “…the average person would prefer to work with people who are legally required to provide unbiased investment advice and put the client’s interests first.”

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