Fiduciary Governance

Increasing Employee Retirement Contribution Participation
As a retirement plan sponsor how can you encourage your employees to save – and save more? Improving both employee participation and their saving rates is easy when you’re prepared. Here are four simple ways you can help your employees start building a confident retirement. Boost Employee Participation with Automatic Enrollment Choosing to automatically enroll  Read More →
Growing Interest in Voluntary After-Tax Contributions to 401(k) Plans
Voluntary after-tax contributions (not to be confused with Roth contributions) are just what they sound like. These contributions are made in after-tax dollars and the taxes on the earnings are deferred until the year of distribution. Most 401(k) plans do not allow voluntary after-tax contributions because there has been little interest from participants in years  Read More →
Unraveling Plan Fees
You already know that a fiduciary must act solely in the interest of the plan participants, their beneficiaries and alternate payees to ensure that only reasonable expenses are being paid. The big question is: how do you know if plan fees contained within 408(b)(2) disclosures are reasonable? Benchmarking your retirement plan fees is a vital  Read More →

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