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In our Fiduciary Breach Lawsuit Series, we provide an in-depth exploration of each of the claims. This month, we explore the issue of asset-based versus per-participant fees.Read more
With more than 100 lawsuits filed against fiduciaries of defined contribution retirement plans, litigation has plagued the retirement plan industry over the past decade. In our Fiduciary Breach Lawsuit Series, we provide an in-depth exploration of each of the claims.Read more
Learn how the University of Pittsburgh created a best-in-class retirement plan program as part of a large-scale focus to provide better services, communications, and outcomes to nearly-25,000 retirement plan participants.Read more
With the increased focus and litigation surrounding retirement plan fees, plan sponsors need to pay keen attention to any expenses paid from their retirement plan's assets to ensure they are permissible.Read more
As the retirement plan space continues to evolve, so do the trends and best practices. We explore some of these as they relate to delivering retirement benefits to healthcare and higher education employees.Read more
With a finger on the pulse of their retirement plan participants, Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, realized the need to streamline their $80.5M* retirement plan to help participants focus on the important aspects of retirement readiness.Read more
MEPs have been in the news lately, particularly as plan sponsors seek to protect themselves from litigation related to fees and fund offerings by joining forces with other employers to achieve economies of scale. What must employers consider before joining an MEP?Read more
The steady stream of retirement plan lawsuits filed over the past decade have plan sponsors of all sizes and organization types on edge.Read more
Retirement plan fees have served as the centerpiece of the ERISA fiduciary breach lawsuits. Therefore, understanding the dynamics of retirement plan fees is critical for plan sponsors and fiduciaries.Read more