Category Archives: 457(b) Plans

Does Your Plan Have A Proper Fiduciary Structure?

Recently, we have dealt with an “epidemic” of retirement plans, both very large and very small, that all have the same problem – the lack of a proper fiduciary structure.  Why? As with so many personnel and benefits-related programs, new … Continue reading

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Chapter 23: Have You Checked Your Retirement Plan Fees Lately?

Many public agencies’ 457(b) plans, where all fees are paid by the plans, may be neglected for years or even decades.  And while this neglect may not cost the district or the city any more money, it is definitely costing … Continue reading

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