Best defense is good procedures and following them

Having a great 401(k) plan doesn’t mean that a former participant won’t sue you or the government won’t audit you. The reason is that you have no control over what other people may do.

The best defense isn’t a great offense. The best defense is developing fundamental fiduciary procedures and following them. Review fees, reviewing investments, and implementing prudent policies and following them is what you need to do.

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