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Thinking about making changes to your 401(k)?

June 08, 2023

Have you thought about making changes to your 401(k) program? As a plan sponsor, you may be thinking about the following issues:1

  • Should our plan offer our employees more investment choices?
  • How can we make the plan more user-friendly?
  • Is automatic enrollment a good idea?
  • Is there a cheaper plan out there that might be just as good?
  • Are we satisfying the 404(c) employee education requirements?
  • Are we truly meeting our fiduciary responsibility?
  • What steps could we take to try and reduce liability?
  • How does our 401(k) stack up against others in terms of fund quality, costs, and fees?
  • Is there a way we can monitor and evaluate investment performance?

I can help you evaluate your current plan – or search for a new one. I am happy to share my knowledge and experience. If you want to take a closer look at your options as a 401(k) plan sponsor, please call me or email me today.

In understanding your company’s goals, objectives and workforce, I can help you arrange to fine-tune your current 401(k) plan or identify a replacement from a quality vendor at a competitive price.

1. Once you reach age 73, you must begin taking required minimum distributions from your 401(k) or other defined-contribution plans in most circumstances. Withdrawals from your 401(k) or other defined-contribution plans taxes as ordinary income and, if taken before age 59½, may be subject to a 10% federal income tax penalty.

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