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Many features of employer-sponsored 401(k)s vary greatly from company to company. So what does a “typical” 401(k) look like?
The latest figures on the DOL’s 401k enforcement efforts give employers some compelling reasons to take a closer look at their retirement administration practices, as well as some clues on the types of issues that generally set the feds off.
Plan sponsors will want to take note of what the IRS said about the Voluntary Correction Program (VCP) process and how to handle unexpected bumps during that process.
Regardless of whether your company administers a defined-benefit (DB) or defined-contribution (DC) retirement plan, a recent court case offered an important lesson on why including a disclaimer in all of your benefits statements is a smart move.
It’s no secret: Planning for retirement is complicated. And employer-sponsored 401(k) plans are supposed to make saving for retirement easier. But as benefits pros know, signing up employees for their 401(k) plans is a challenge. What’s the best way to …