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From the Battlefield to the Boardroom

Military Principles Applied to Financial Organizations Remember and Apply the Commander’s Intent I continue to believe that certain aspects of military good order and discipline are extremely applicable to any high-performing organization. The past two years we at TAG...

DOL’s Latest FAQs Address 401(k) Advisors

In its latest round of FAQs, the DOL clears up retirement plan advisors’ confusion around 408(b)(2) disclosures and recommendations to increase contributions and plan participation. Earlier this month, Diana Britton with Wealth Management magazine, reported on...

Herding Cats

Herding Cats… I know you’ve heard the expression, “it’s like herding cats.” That feeling of exasperation must be a common thought for retirement professionals when faced with the myriad of articles, reports, and projections surrounding the Department of Labor...

Tracking down the valid claims

Tracking down the valid claims In a recent blog post, ERISA attorney Carol Buckmann ran down some recent court decisions on these cases: Putnam Investments defeated a claim that putting its own funds in its 401k plan was imprudent. Voya was released dismissing claims...

Sponsor Settles ERISA Suit

Plan Sponsor reports that employees of Northrop Grumman have reached an agreement with their employer to resolve claims in the long-running matter of In re Northrop Grumman Corp. ERISA Litigation, a class action lawsuit initially filed back in 2006. The case involves...

Now is not the time to become complacent

Fiduciary News published an interview with Charles Field on June 20, 2017, that drove home the point — plan sponsors, service providers, and retirement fiduciaries in general should not become complacent at the cusp of a major transition. Field, a partner in the...
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