Tibble vs. Edison: Next Steps for Plan Sponsors, Part 2

Over 10 years after the initial filing of the Tibble vs. Edison suit, a new ruling has emerged. In 2015, we wrote a blog post about what the suit could mean for plan sponsors going forward. In 2017, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California sided with the plaintiffs in the Tibble vs. Edison…

The New Fiduciary Rule is NOT the Masked Killer of Your 401(k) Plan Business

Halloween is here and everyone’s talking about spooky creatures, costumes, trick-or-treating and scary movies. However, if you ask a financial advisor who works with retirement plans what spooks them the most, they’ll probably mention the new Fiduciary Rule. Spooky Fiduciary Legislation The new fiduciary regulations have understandably put many advisors on the edge of their…

Fiduciary Education 101

  As a compliance consulting and third party administration firm, we receive many inquiries from advisors and plan sponsors about their duty as a fiduciary. With recent rulings and news headlines relating to fiduciary requirements in regard to qualified retirement plans, plan sponsors and advisors are scrambling to ascertain whether they’re meeting their fiduciary responsibilities. Want…