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Fiduciary Fact or Fiction
The rules that govern the behavior of retirement plan fiduciaries are quite complex. Any time we are required to
deal with complicated subject matter, things can get confusing, potentially leading to decisions based on a
ERISA Fiduciary Responsibilities
Are you a fiduciary of your company's retirement plan? If you're not sure, it's time to find out because if
you are a fiduciary, it is important to know exactly what your responsibilities are.
The Prudent 401(k) Fiduciary
Driven by an interest in attracting talented personnel and a natural aversion to the financial risks
attached to traditional defined benefit pension plans, employers have embraced 401(k) plans, making
them the dominant retirement savings vehicle...
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