According to the DOL, the primary responsibility of fiduciaries is to run the retirement plan solely in the interest of participants and beneficiaries. Fiduciaries who do not follow these guidelines can be held personally responsible. Being a fiduciary comes with significant responsibility and should involve sufficient training.
How can a 3(38) Investment Manager help you navigate your Fiduciary Responsibility?
As a Plan Sponsor, you may wonder, am I properly living up to my fiduciary responsibility? ERISA law is changing, how do I make sense of it and ensure I […]
Are your participants getting the most from your retirement plan consultant?
When hiring a retirement plan consultant, the question should not simply be how will you help my plan. Instead, you should also ask how the consultant will help your employees […]