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What Were They Thinking #27 A&P goes from 16,000 stores to oblivion

From 1915 through 1975, A&P (corporate name was the Greater Atlantic & Pacific Tea...

Business Advice from Eric Bischoff

Yes, you’d think I’ve lost it if I’m telling you that former World Championship Wres...

The “Convenience” of a Payroll Company doing your plan administration strikes again

One of our clients is the co-owner of a building contractor that contracted with one of th...

Bonus can cost you more than one way

When I first started working as an ERISA attorney in September 1998, I was pleasantly surp...

GLOW is great

Yes, I’ll admit it: I watched the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW). GLOW didn’t exa...

Pushing Automatic Enrollment is good for business

When I was at college, I was very involved politically. Someone I met my freshman year at ...

Fine with eliminating State Exemption for Plans, but what about MEPs

I was never in favor of allowing individual states running retirement plans for employers ...

Dunkirk is a heck of a movie

Most Americans probably think that World War II started on December 7, 1941, forgetting th...

Getting into trouble with the DOL and the IRS maybe just bad luck

As an ERISA attorney for almost 19 years, I have seen a lot of strange things that plan sp...

Stressing Value is a better proposition than stressing cost

Retirement plan providers need to look at their fees and determine what work they are doin...