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Are You Protecting Your Employees’ 401(k) Assets?

Anyone who manages an employee benefit plan or controls its assets is considered a Fiduciary. Those responsibilities include:

  • Acting solely in the interest of plan participants and their beneficiaries
  • Carrying out their duties prudently (exercising good judgment)
  • Following the plan documents (unless inconsistent with ERISA)
  • Diversifying plan investments
  • Paying only reasonable plan expenses

After watching this video, you’ll learn:

  • 3 reasons why you should evaluate your 401(k) plan periodically
  • What characteristics make a top 401(k) plan