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Three tips for a healthy group retirement plan

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Not sure what is intended with the first sentence. Is the author referring to DC plans? Even if he is, most plan administrators probably know more about the technical and compliance aspects of pensions than their consultants. That is certainly true for DB plan administrators.

Tuesday, January 22 at 12:33 pm | Reply

Randy Bauslaugh:

You seem to have missed the number one tip for a healthy group retirement savings plan — eliminate member investment choice and replace it with administrator directed investments. It reduces fiduciary risk, cost and increases overall performance. You can also ignore the CAP Guidelines, since they don’t apply to administrator directed investment plans.

Wednesday, January 23 at 9:32 am | Reply

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