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How Does Embedding Retirement Income Into A Target Date Fund Work?

    How Does Embedding Retirement Income Into A Target Date Fund Work?

It’s not just plan sponsors and plan participants that need convincing. The entire retirement plan infrastructure must also get on board. That doesn’t mean the hurdles can’t be overcome.

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Should A 401k Plan Sponsor Take On The Additional Fiduciary Liability Associated With Retirees?

    Should A 401k Plan Sponsor Take On The Additional Fiduciary Liability Associated With Retirees?

The decision to retain and service company retirees appears (at first blush at least) to be a no-brainer. But that includes a very important assumption.

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Do 401k Plan Sponsor Have Fiduciary Responsibilities For Employees In Retirement?

    Do 401k Plan Sponsor Have Fiduciary Responsibilities For Employees In Retirement?

If you think the web of fiduciary duties is complex in a 401k plan that focuses on getting employees to save for retirement, imagine how much more intricate it becomes if the plan also has to cater to retired employees.

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If You Meet Your Objectives, Does It Make Sense To Worry About Fees?

    If You Meet Your Objectives, Does It Make Sense To Worry About Fees?

While diligence is to be applauded, that’s not to say you can’t carry it to an extreme. If fact, some folks are so hung up on fees, they sometimes fail to see the bigger picture.

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When It Comes To Fees, How Does A 401k Fiduciary Measure Value?

    When It Comes To Fees, How Does A 401k Fiduciary Measure Value?

Clearly, you wouldn’t pay more for 2 apples if you could get 3 for the same price, but would you pay more to get 2 oranges instead?

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How 401k Plan Sponsor Fiduciary Liability Changes When Retaining Retiree Assets

    How 401k Plan Sponsor Fiduciary Liability Changes When Retaining Retiree Assets

Once a person enters retirement, the number of scenarios proliferate. Unless the plan sponsor is a financial professional, it’s going to be a challenge to quickly comprehend all these options.

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How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Best Prepare Employees For Post-Retirement Complexity?

    How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Best Prepare Employees For Post-Retirement Complexity?

This isn’t to say younger employees should be left out of this type of education altogether. They shouldn’t. It’s important the message is drip, drip, dripped from the beginning of the onboarding sequence.

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Gamification Tips for 401k Education

    Gamification Tips for 401k Education

Before you scorn the use of badges, remember, the company match is the ultimate badge. If you meet a minimum savings goal, the company awards you a “badge” of a matching contribution.

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The 401k Fiduciary Dilemma: More Participation Or More Savings?

    The 401k Fiduciary Dilemma: More Participation Or More Savings?

The mistaken promise of participation may have an all-too-familiar ring to corporate retirement plan veterans.

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What Trump vs. Biden Means to 401k Plan Sponsors and the Typical Plan Fiduciary

    What Trump vs. Biden Means to 401k Plan Sponsors and the Typical Plan Fiduciary

Before you start to panic, take a deep breath and relax. The retirement savings industry is an aircraft carrier. It can’t turn on a dime.

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