“Is there any way I can catch up on old Q&As?”
Michael A. Webb, vice president, Cammack Retirement Group, answers:
Excellent question! Fortunately, the new PLANSPONSOR website is set up precisely for tasks such as this! On the top right black banner, you can click on the News & Columns link, and you will see an “Ask the Experts: (b) Lines” link under Columns, on the right. Simply click on that link and you’re in business! Columns are listed in date order, starting with the most recent.
If you wish to search for a specific subject matter, click on the magnifying glass in the upper right-hand corner of any page on the website, and type in your search term following the phrase “ask the experts” (for example, “ask the experts fiduciary”). You will then receive a listing of all Ask the Experts articles addressing that issue, along with related website content. Note that there is no need to include quotes (“”) in your search term; merely type in the search term and you will obtain the proper results. The results will appear in date order, but if you click on the “sort by relevance” just to the right of where the number of search results is displayed, the Ask the Experts columns will generally be listed first.
As an aside, the website is truly a treasure trove of information—from articles, to survey research, to the latest information on upcoming events such as the PLANSPONSOR National Conference. The Experts highly recommend bookmarking and exploring whenever you have the opportunity!
NOTE: This feature is to provide general information only, does not constitute legal advice, and cannot be used or substituted for legal or tax advice.
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