Monthly Archives: December 2018

Keep it Simple, Stupid

When it comes to drafting plan documents, I always say K.I.S.S.: keep it simple, stupid. Any intricate plan design features such as weird matching allocations and out of the box definitions of compensation is a great way of having this … Continue reading

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Maybe a 401(k) Salary Deferral Procedure should be a thing?

I recently go through a harrowing Department of Labor (DOL) audit over the late deposit of salary deferrals. What was the problem for the client was multiple locations and multiple payroll providers and previous third-party administrators (TPAs) that didn’t alert … Continue reading

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HSAs should be part of an advisor’s business

Providing advisory help to a 401(k) plan is a great part of a financial advisor’s business because it can grow to ancillary lines of business such as working with the decision makers of the plan and their money. One great … Continue reading

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The Eventual Comeback Of MEPs

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