Thought leadership with plan fiduciary education in mind
Interested in learning more about how 457 plans work? This webinar compares and contrasts 457(b) and 457(f) plans for tax-exempt entities, reviewing the application of ERISA, eligibility, contributions, distributions, the security of assets, taxation of benefits, and more.
This webinar is focused on helping plan sponsors navigate ESG investments in this current regulatory and political landscape.
Forward-thinking, timely updates for retirement plan sponsors.
This Guide explores fiduciary obligations under the ERISA, the role of the investment fiduciary under ERISA Section 404, and how some advisors? actions are now being challenged as unlawful in class action litigation.
Conducting a retirement plan audit is a requirement for large plan sponsors governed by ERISA. By following the tips outlined in this guide, you can plan your audit effectively, gather all the necessary information, review plan operations thoroughly, and report your findings clearly, concisely, and effectively.
This guide begins with a look at why conducting a 401(k) or 403(b) recording keeping vendor search may be necessary to satisfy several of a plan sponsor's fiduciary duties under ERISA, followed by a discussion of the numerous practical benefits that result from a thorough vendor search.
A plan sponsor resource breaking down SECURE 2.0 by effective date.
Multnomah Group, the Faegre Drinker benefits and executive compensation team, and Euclid Fiduciary discuss managing risk for retirement plan fiduciaries. As 401(k)/403(b) fee class actions continue, plan fiduciaries need to understand their responsibilities and steps they can take to prevent or mitigate fiduciary liability.
2022 ended with a lot of activity around retirement plan regulation. The Department of Labor issued its final rules related to the use of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations for retirement plan investment options. In addition, SECURE 2.0 was signed into law on December 29. Watch our webinar recording for an update on these substantive changes and their impact on retirement plans.