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week ending April 24th, 2020
While many of you may be overwhelmingly focused on coronavirus-related workforce and retirement plan issues, it may be difficult to keep up with the “business as usual” tasks. This week in PLANSPONSOR Weekend, we bring you some of our in-depth coverage to guide you in keeping up with your fiduciary duties and other issues. However, you can find all of our coronavirus-related special coverage on our special news page, and we have a listing of providers that are offering plan sponsors and participants help during this unprecedented time. Well wishes to everyone!
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Administration
The Math Behind Plan Fee Evaluations
Determining whether fees are reasonable for participants requires an additional layer of calculation, and some fee elements and allocations make it more complicated than it should be.
Administration
Introducing Generation Z to Retirement
While retirement isn’t achievable for this new clutch of employees for years to come, saving for it is.
Compliance
SECURE Act Eases Paths for DB Plans
A new minimum age for in-service withdrawals and permanent nondiscrimination testing relief ease plan sponsors’ ability to keep older employees and protect their benefits.
Administration
Securing Retirement for Female Workers
Faced with a list of priorities and lack of knowledge, women are often the ones who get off course with retirement security.
Compliance
How Democratic Candidates’ Retirement Proposals Could Affect Employer-Sponsored Plans
A national automatic savings plan would be a strong possibility, multiemployer plan sponsors could end up in a worse crisis and nonqualified plans would face a big disruption.
Special Coverage
Coronavirus News for Plan Sponsors
The latest news about market volatility, benefits and business updates, and legislative and regulatory actions.
Products
Providers Waiving Fees and Expanding Services During Pandemic
Retirement plan and financial wellness providers are offering help to employees and plan sponsors during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Popular Reads
Research
2022 Recordkeeping Survey
Compliance
More TDF Underperformance Lawsuits Emerge Across US
Among the latest major employers to be sued under ERISA for alleged underperformance of default investment options are Marsh & McLennan and Advance Publications.
Data and Research
Plan Sponsors and Participants Cite Different ‘Important’ Benefits
Although attention to workplace benefits has increased among employers, a new Transamerica Institute survey reveals a chasm between the benefits they value and those that workers prize.
Compliance
Managed Account Fees Challenged in Latest ERISA Lawsuit
The lawsuit comes as retirement plan sponsors and participants express increased interest in personalization and managed account services.
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