A bi-partisan effort in Congress is underway that would allow Medicare recipients to open and contribute to a health savings account (HSA).
H.R.3796, the Health Savings for Seniors Act, would allow more than 57 million...Read More
There is a phenomenon known as "status quo bias." When given the choice to do something and do nothing, it’s what causes people to do nothing. Status quo bias leads to people to not check the box, or not enroll in workplace...Read More
Since the inception of the employer-employee relationship there has been employee turnover. Every employer knows that turnover is inevitable and have factored in the costs into the price of doing business.
One way to lengthen...Read More
Companies moving from a SIMPLE IRA to a 401(k) plan are usually seeking some additional flexibility and have outgrown their current SIMPLE plan. The questions arise: What is a SIMPLE retirement plan? And how is it different...Read More
Have you ever had to endure a 401(k) Audit? For most plan sponsors, they are not a pleasant experience. We're not referring to being audited by the DOL or IRS, we're referring to the annual audit attached to Form 5500 that is...Read More
The 401(k) industry is a complex mixture of rules and regulations that are written and enforced by numerous government entities. Due to this arrangement, there are a lot of complications that can arise. Every year, 401(k)...Read More