Monthly Archives: May 2013

7 ways to tell it’s time to cut ties with the status quo 401(k) advisor

Sticking with the status quo 401(k) advisor is easy. You may say it’s the devil I know. Unless you are 401(k) provider or ERISA attorney you may not be the best judge of 401(k) devils. You shouldn’t be. You should … Continue reading

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401k Fiduciary (ERISA Fiduciary)- Rational Robot or Human

                     As a 401(k) fiduciary (ERISA fiduciary) aka plan sponsor, your day job (CEO, CFO, HR) is increasing your firm’s bottom line. It is not learning the ins and outs of the laws … Continue reading

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