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5 Tips For 401k Plan Sponsors To Improve Retirement Saving Outcomes For Employees

    5 Tips For 401k Plan Sponsors To Improve Retirement Saving Outcomes For Employees

Plan sponsors ought naturally to know how the plan addresses the needs of their business, but do they really know how to tweak the plan to improve outcomes?

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7 Opportunities 401k Plan Sponsors Have To Improve Plan Efficiency And Effectiveness

    7 Opportunities 401k Plan Sponsors Have To Improve Plan Efficiency And Effectiveness

This isn’t a compliance audit, it’s an operating efficiency audit. That covers plenty of ground, from technology to benchmarking the value offered by the service provider.

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Investment Menu Basics for 401k Plan Sponsors Seeking To Reduce Their Fiduciary Liability

    Investment Menu Basics for 401k Plan Sponsors Seeking To Reduce Their Fiduciary Liability

If plan sponsors are working with the appropriate plan fiduciary, then an ongoing review of the fund’s performance, fees, and underlying risk should be part of their ongoing process

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How Can 401k Plan Sponsors ‘Trick’ Employees Into Saving More For Retirement?

    How Can 401k Plan Sponsors ‘Trick’ Employees Into Saving More For Retirement?

In the spirit of the season, one might even think of this as “tricking” employees to save. Plans sponsors are already using these tricks.

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How 401k Plan Sponsors Encourage Employees To Save More For Retirement

    How 401k Plan Sponsors Encourage Employees To Save More For Retirement

Participation is one thing. It’s critical that retirement savers build on the momentum of participation and use that to increase the amount of dollars that get contributed to their article. How can plan sponsors facilitate this?

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How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Increase The Number Of Employees Who Participate?

    How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Increase The Number Of Employees Who Participate?

How strong an argument is there for auto-enrollment? Remember, the key feature of the 2006 Pension Protection Act was to encourage auto-enrollment. The SECURE Act has even stronger language.

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How Do 401k Plan Sponsors Convince Middle-Class Workers They Can Retire?

    How Do 401k Plan Sponsors Convince Middle-Class Workers They Can Retire?

Of course, to really answer the question of post-retirement middle class stability, we have to understand what “middle class” means. Luckily, there are folks who collect data, which helps with this definition.

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What 401k Plan Sponsors Should Do About ‘Lost’ Participants

    What 401k Plan Sponsors Should Do About ‘Lost’ Participants

The DOL’s guidance on missing plan participants appears just as effective as its week 2012 Mutual Fund Fee Disclosure Rule. Yes, it’s there, but it has no viability. Still, that doesn’t mean 401k plan sponsors can ignore the issue, even if they have not lost participants.

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What Do You Think Of These Auto-Enrollment/Auto-Escalation Trends?

    What Do You Think Of These Auto-Enrollment/Auto-Escalation Trends?

Overall, nearly 1 in 5 companies still have not adopted auto-enrollment. There are common reasons why companies would not include auto-enrollment in their plans.

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Five Fast & Fabulous 401k Fixes

    Five Fast & Fabulous 401k Fixes

Well, if we’re thinking outside the box, why not go big? It turns out, retirement planning isn’t just about accumulating sources of future funds.

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