Keeping proper documentation is a good way for plan sponsors and fiduciaries to show compliance with applicable laws and regulations. If the Department of Labor (DOL) or Internal Revenue Service (IRS) knocks on your door, there are certain documents that should be complete and on file. So, what should you have in your fiduciary vault? Take a look at our infographic to review the proper documentation checklist. Then call Nick Economos and the team at Fiduciary Financial Partners at 630.780.1534.
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