Do You Provide Employees What They Want?
June 6, 2019 - It’s a fact: surveys show employees value their company’s 401(k) plan. Here are other key survey insights into what employees want as well as tips to improve your plan in response – thus, helping your employees build toward a more secure retirement.
Three Insurance Facts for Plan Sponsors
May 1, 2019—401(k) plan sponsors can benefit from knowing three simple insurance facts. This can help keep sponsors compliant, eliminate potential reporting errors that could trigger a DOL audit, and cover their defense if charged with imprudent plan management. Given that there’s so much for employers with company retirement plans to keep track of, these simple facts often are either unknown or forgotten . . . with plan sponsor fiduciaries exposed to potential liability.
The IRS Form 5500 – Look before you sign!
Signing the IRS Form 5500 marks the administrative end of a retirement plan year for most plan sponsors. But don’t be tempted by your nearness to the “finish line.” Look carefully before you sign. Inaccuracies on a Form 5500 could trigger a knock on your door from the IRS or the US Department of Labor with a request to review your organization’s 401(k) plan!