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3 Reasons Companies Should Ditch Their Stand-Alone 401k And Join A 401k PEP

    3 Reasons Companies Should Ditch Their Stand-Alone 401k And Join A 401k PEP

In the end, though, you must remember the PEP is brand new. Not all offerings will offer the same advantages. Some may be designed specifically to forego one advantage to emphasize another.

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Exclusive Interview: Terrance Power Says 401k PEPs Showing “Upmarket Surprise”

    Exclusive Interview: Terrance Power Says 401k PEPs Showing “Upmarket Surprise”

In the coming ascendency of 401k PEPs, here’s what might surprise you, and here’s what might disappoint you.

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Do 401k MEP/PEPs Really Reduce Fiduciary Liability for Member Companies?

    Do 401k MEP/PEPs Really Reduce Fiduciary Liability for Member Companies?

Here things get a little familiar for companies with pre-existing stand-alone 401k plans (but may need to be discovered by those without plans).

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The 3 Most Critical Concerns of Small 401k Plan Sponsors

    The 3 Most Critical Concerns of Small 401k Plan Sponsors

In the end, this all comes down to one final concern, and it’s one that is typically not even considered.

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5 Big Overlooked Fiduciary Errors 401k Plan Sponsors Are Making Right Now

    5 Big Overlooked Fiduciary Errors 401k Plan Sponsors Are Making Right Now

Sometimes when you try your best, you still miss something important. And that could be the most dangerous miss you make.

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Why Are We Seeing So Little Being Written About 401k Fees Now?

    Why Are We Seeing So Little Being Written About 401k Fees Now?

Today, the understanding of conflict-of-interest fees goes well beyond plan sponsors. Individual investors also understand how they can act as a better fiduciary for their own personal investments.

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Should A 401k Fiduciary Treat ESG As An Asset Class, A Stock Valuation Factor, Or Neither?

    Should A 401k Fiduciary Treat ESG As An Asset Class, A Stock Valuation Factor, Or Neither?

ESG isn’t going away. There’s no way of telling if it’s a mood ring or a diamond ring. One thing is eminently clear: ESG is a product that people want right now. This complicates life for the retirement plan fiduciary.

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Why You’re Not Ready for the Coming 401k MEP/PEP Revolution (Even Though You Think You Are)

    Why You’re Not Ready for the Coming 401k MEP/PEP Revolution (Even Though You Think You Are)

One of the biggest risks inherent in MEPs/PEPs is coordinating all of the many moving pieces. Here’s why people might be wrong to think they know enough about assembling a 401k MEP/PEP and regulatory compliance only heightens the potential liability.

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How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Better Shield 401k Participants From External Fraud?

    How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Better Shield 401k Participants From External Fraud?

Plan sponsors – or, more specifically, the companies plan participants work for – may be placing employees in a far greater cyber-vulnerable position than they realize.

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When Do Index Funds Raise A Fiduciary Issue With 401k Plan Sponsors?

    When Do Index Funds Raise A Fiduciary Issue With 401k Plan Sponsors?

401k plan sponsors can’t afford to fall victim to the lure of heuristics. Index funds can generate just as much fiduciary headaches as actively managed funds.

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