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Ary Rosenbaum, That 401(k) Guy

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The theory of 401(k) peak litigation

I always loved the movie Donnie Brasco, it’s a great story about the non-glamorous side of organiz...

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Make sure clients check plan document vs. practice

I’ve spent 21 years as an ERISA attorney and took some classes when I was getting my LLM and I lea...

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They will always disappoint you

When I graduated from law school, it took a few months before I got my first job. So for the months,...

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Let your providers do their job

If your financial advisor tells you that it’s time for the regularly scheduled meeting, don’t bl...

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We’d all love to create our own MEP, but….

Thanks to renewed interest in. multiple employer plans (MEPs), I will always get the phone call from...

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It’s a memory game

When having unique events to promote your business, I think you need to make it memorable because I...

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Further consolidation in the TPA business by TRA

The Retirement Advantage, Inc. (TRA), a national third-party administrator (TPA)announced the acquis...

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A self-directed brokerage account is still something to be wary of

I’m wary of self-directed brokerage account because I still concerned about the fiduciary issues, ...

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Old loans can come back to bite you in an audit

There is nothing wrong with offering loans with your 401(k) plan. What will be wrong is if the progr...

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The half-empty look from an IRS agent

As a plan sponsor being investigated by an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agent, there is one thing ...