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Being a fiduciary comes with many responsibilities, such as protecting your employee benefit plan with an ERISA fidelity bond. Here are some frequently asked questions surrounding ERISA fidelity bonds with information that every employer and plan sponsor should know.
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Despite 87% of job seekers saying that a 401(k) plan is a “must-have” benefit for them, nearly 40 million working Americans don’t have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan.
If you’ve recently switched jobs, or are planning to make the switch soon, you’re probably wondering what to do with your 401(k). Lucky for you there are a couple of different things you can do with it.
As you start to near retirement in your 50s, it’s more important than ever to evaluate your retirement plan and think about what your financial future looks like. If you haven’t started planning your retirement yet, here are some important things you should know.
Many Americans struggle with saving enough for retirement and rely on time to help them out, but without extra time on their side, they’re put into more of a disadvantage. The longer they go without saving, the less money they will have in retirement.
If you’re struggling with 401(k) participation rates, then you’ll be happy to hear that there is a very simple solution – automatic enrollment.
You’re concerned for your employees and have a genuine interest in setting up the best 401(k) plan for your company. So, how do you know the choice you’re making is the right one?
Here’s a simple breakdown of different plans to help guide you when selecting a 401(k) plan.