The New Year is a time of reflection on what we’ve learned in the past year and what we should focus on going into the new one. News this week included suggestions for areas of review for defined contribution (DC) plans, a reminder of what we’ve learned about how retirement plan litigation has changed, the varied needs of different demographic groups, the growing idea of using HSAs to help save for retirement health care costs and a review of how the fiduciary rule will affect plan sponsors. Also, to consider, the future of retirement education and planning is going digital. Enjoy this edition of PLANSPONSOR Weekend, and have Happy Holidays! PLANSPONSOR Weekend is taking off next week, but will be back in your inbox January 6.
ERISA lawsuits against retirement plans in 2016 have included new allegations not seen before and have spread to target different types of plans and plan sponsors, and experts predict more of the same in 2017.Read more >