Avoid the Top Five
401(k) Fiduciary Pitfalls
As a plan fiduciary, or member of a committee overseeing your 401(k) program, you have a legal obligation to design an effective plan, fully understand and monitor your plan and present it to participants in total truth and good faith. This is a serious responsibility that can be difficult to fulfill. In our paper, we describe five of the most common pitfalls that we have observed in our nearly twenty years of experience—and how to avoid them.
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