We all have “idiot lights” on the control console of our car.  Most of us have had the check engine light come on and thought, “Everything seems fine, I will deal with it later.”  Sometimes that works out, sometimes it doesn’t.

There are a few warning signs that your 401 (k) may be vulnerable to a challenge.  To name a few,

  • Failing to benchmark your plan or get periodic Requests for Proposals (RFP);
  • Failure to monitor plan fees and expenses; and,
  • Failure to monitor whether investment fees were appropriate.

If you are like many plan trustees, your response to these items is, “What?”  The Department of Labor is raising the bar for fiduciary responsibility.  What you don’t know can hurt you.

See the full article by Neil Adam, JD, a leading ERISA attorney here.  

To inquire about the 401 (k) Shield go to this page,  or contact me:  [email protected].  I would be happy to brief you on the service.



For more  about the 401 (k) Shield click here.

Or contact:
David M. Wheat, ChFC. AIF
Axiom Advisors, LLC.
[email protected]
800.769.1287 ext. 103

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