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NYC announced plan for a 401(k) MEP

New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer announced a three-pronged solution to expand retirement ...

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The Unintended Consequences of The Fiduciary Rule #2: It won’t roll over, it will stay put

When you’re a fiduciary, you have the highest duty of care in law and equity. Your financial needs...

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Interview: Terrance Power, The Platinum 401(k)

Interview: Terrance Power, The Platinum 401(k) by Ary Rosenbaum Multiple employer plans (MEPs) espec...

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The Sky Will Not Fall Because Of The Fiduciary Rule

You’ve heard people screaming up and down about the fiduciary rule. They just had someone screamin...

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$300,000 401(k) Plan Sued* (Note Asterisk)

A Florida optometry practice with a 401(k) plan with only $300,000 in assets is the latest plan to b...

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Interview: Chuck Hammond, The 401(k) Study Group

A big part of my practice as an ERISA attorney is helping out financial advisors around the country ...

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The Unintended Consequences of The Fiduciary Rule #1: B/Ds eating those Legal Bills

When there is any change put into place, there is always going to be a whole list of unintended cons...

How 401(k) Plan Sponsors Can Improve Their Plan At Little Cost

There are many ways that a retirement plan sponsor can improve their 401(k) plan, but they usually b...

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Open MEPs to make a Comeback?

The Senate’s Committee on Finance has approved a bill that would open the door for employers to pa...