Category Archives: Plan Administrator

The Duties and Responsibilities of a 457(b) or 401(a) Plan Administrator

By Jeff Chang A surprisingly large number of public employees accept appointment as the plan administrator, or a member of the administrative committee, for their agency’s 457(b) or 401(a) plan. An explanation of the typical duties and responsibilities of a … Continue reading

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What Plan Documents Should You Be Keeping?

By Jeff Chang Despite the insane popularity of Marie Kondo and her tidying methodology, when it comes to your agency’s retirement (and welfare) plan documents: more is better. But, not just more of the same thing — such as unexecuted … Continue reading

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Does Your Plan Have A Proper Fiduciary Structure?

By Jeff Chang 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 … Continue reading

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