The one thing about non-traditional 401(k) plans is that they’re generally simpler to maintain because they’re exempt from some or all of the complicated testing requirements.
Asset allocation is the process of deciding how to divide your investment dollars across several asset categories.
To loan, or not to loan, that is the question. And there’s no easy answer. Whether to let participants borrow from their 401(k) accounts is one of the many decisions a plan sponsor must…
As the 401(k) has come to dominate most households’ retirement savings, roles and responsibilities have shifted dramatically.
When you invest for growth, you are typically seeking capital appreciation over the long term.
10 best-practice essentials for helping plan participants achieve retirement plan success. Here’s the fifth best practice in our series.
Fees and expenses are factors that may affect your investment returns, and therefore impact your retirement income.
You may be familiar with the rules for putting money into a 401(k) plan, but are you familiar with the rules for taking your money out?