Tag Archives: plan sponsors

DOL Fiduciary Rule

The DOL Fiduciary Rule is Dead, but You’re Still a Fiduciary

On June 21, 2018, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the requirements of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Conflict of Interest Rule—more commonly referred to as the “DOL Fiduciary Rule”—thus killing the rule entirely. Despite this news, the death of the DOL Fiduciary Rule does not alleviate a plan sponsor from being a […]

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Should We Have A Retirement Plan Committee?

Should We Have A Retirement Plan Committee?

If you are an employer or employee who has decision-making authority over your company’s retirement plan, there is a strong chance that you are a 401(k) plan fiduciary. You have a legal obligation to operate the plan solely in the interests of the plan participants (people with retirement account balances) and their beneficiaries (people who […]

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