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Proposed DOL Rule Makes Electronic Delivery the Default Method for Plan Participant Required Notices
In the past 17 years, since the Department of Labor promulgated its safe harbor rules for electronic delivery of required notices under ERISA, electronic delivery has slowly become the norm. As plan sponsors and recordkeepers alike strive for administrative efficiency and lower costs, it only makes sense that many prefer electronic delivery of notices. It  Read More →
Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions: What About the 401(k)?
In a corporate merger or acquisition, the ongoing treatment of both the seller’s and buyer’s retirement plans come into question, so it’s crucial to understand how different types of business transactions can impact both plans. If left unaddressed prior to close, many benefit issues could result in either ruining the deal or creating untold compliance  Read More →
Keeping in Compliance: IRS Tips for Plan Sponsors
As an employer, you’re responsible for keeping your company’s retirement plan in compliance at all times. Additionally, your plan document should be reviewed on an annual basis and administered accordingly. The IRS offers useful tips for plan sponsors, helping you to stay compliant, informed, and prepared in order to provide the best possible retirement plan  Read More →

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