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Video Fosters Engagement, Excitement for Benefits – 401ktv

Video Fosters Engagement

Video Fosters Engagement, Excitement for Benefits. When communicating about employee benefits, video is the way to go. That’s according to a recent blog post from Benefitfocus, which says that video ...

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Why MEPs will Dominate 401k Small Plan Market

Meps

In my weekly video blog, I discuss why I think multiple employer plans or MEPs will dominate the small plan 401k market in the next three to five years. ...

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Stable Value Funds: Conservative, but Not Without Risk

Stable Value Fund

Stable Value Funds: Conservative, but Not Without Risk. Ah, the stable value fund. It’s been a core investment fund in most retirement plans for decades and often serves as the ...

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401k Plan Participant Beneficiaries Difficult to Keep Current

401k Plan Participant Beneficiaries Difficult To Keep Current

401k Plan Participant Beneficiaries are Difficult to Keep Current. During a recent Fiduciary Education Program at Rutgers University Fred Barstein, Founder of The Plan Sponsor University (TPSU), interviewed, Pedro, one ...

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Re-Enrollment: Know The Risks

re-enrollment

Re-Enrollment: Know The Risks. Retirement plan sponsors are embracing re-enrollment as a way to help ensure participants have sufficient asset allocations and deferral rates. More than 22% of plan ...

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DOL Disclosure Requirements – Fiduciary Rule

DOL Disclosure Requirements

DOL Clarifies Disclosure Requirements and Investment Recommendations for Fiduciary Rule. Though the DOL’s conflict of interest rule went into effect June 9, 2017, questions remain about the rule, the Best ...

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Plan Sponsors Fail to See the Big Picture of Retirement

Plan Sponsors Retirement Big Picture

It is Less than Ideal when Plan Sponsors Fail to See the Big Picture of Retirement. Immediately following a Fiduciary Education Program held by The Plan Sponsor University (TPSU) Adjunct ...

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