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It Could Be You

Prior to starting my own law firm, I made many different employer changes over the years to the point that my position as the managing attorney of my own law firm is the longest time I’ve been employed at one place and that’s only 8 years.   Am I goin...

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The problem with committees

Many articles talking about good retirement plan practices will talk about the need for employers to set up retirement plan committees to manage their 401(k) plan.   While I agree that there needs to be some sort of process in place to run the plan, there...

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Sure it’s the employer’s fault, but come on now

With plan administration, there are so many mistakes that can be made and most of the time, it’s t...

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IRS announces retirement plan limits for 2019

It’s that time of the year to prepare for next year, so the Internal Revenue Service has announced...

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That 401(k) Conference to hit Kansas City in May

I am proud to announce That 401(k) Conference will be emanating from the confines of Kauffman Stadiu...

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Speak up or it won’t get better

Many years ago, I was an associate at a law firm that worked with a third party administration (TPA)...

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The Fiduciary Rule lives on

As referenced in the episode “The Foundation” from Seinfeld, Dr. McCoy did say at the end of Sta...

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The problem with Netflix

I once owned shares of Netflix and it was a profitable endeavor. I took my profits and ran. I’m gl...

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What Were They Thinking #56 Cheetos Lip Balm isn’t the taste you want

Companies with popular products, always crave a brand extension because it can create extra lines of...

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Clearing up my views on producing TPAs

A few weeks back, I published a blog post on some third-party administrators (TPAs) are not really i...