Topic: retirement plan

Business Owners: What Keeps You Up at Night? [Poll]

Which legal issues give you the biggest headaches? While you’re thinking about your response, here are a handful of recent legal updates on these very topics: Business Formation: Key Tips for Developing Business Plans for Entrepreneurs, Investors & Business Owners – Scott Legal Services, P.C. California’s New LLC Act Adds Confusion and Effects Little Change… Read more »

5 Small Business Resolutions For the New Year

Still drafting your new year’s resolutions? Consider the following suggestions from labor and employment lawyers on JD Supra. Think of them as five ways to keep the “happy” in “Happy New Year 2013”… 1. Clean up your workplace policies: “You have cleaned out your fridge and the cupcakes, cookies, Christmas candy and potato chips are… Read more »

Employment Law Roundup: EEOC Priorities, Non-Competes, Work Travel, Form I-9, ADA, Outsourcing 401(k)s, More

For your reference, a roundup of recent updates and advisories on JD Supra spanning the broad range of labor and employment law issues that arise in the workplace: “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is your captain. Looks like we missed our window of opportunity to sign this labor agreement, so we’re in for a long wait…”… Read more »

ERISA Fee Disclosure Rules in Place. What Now for Retirement Plan Sponsors?

New regulations requiring 401(k) plan service providers to disclose fees to plan sponsors went into effect on July 1, 2012. The burden now shifts to retirement plan sponsors, who are required both to: 1. ensure that they’ve actually received the information they need, and 2. evaluate the fees to determine whether or not they are… Read more »

Defined Contribution Plans: New Disclosures in 2012

A quick, January reminder that administrators of defined contribution plans are held to new transparency regulations in 2012, and that you have just a few months to change the way you handle such matters. Background from law firm Patterson Belknap: “The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) has long been concerned about transparency regarding fees and… Read more »

Retirement Plans: What Sponsors and Advisors Need to Know

Today’s post brings together some of the collected writings of ERISA attorney Ary Rosenbaum, who regularly dispatches advice to plan sponsors, fund managers, and other advisors covering all aspects of retirement plans and pension funds.  As you consider (or, for that matter, help to administrate) a retirement plan in your company, consider the following:  »… Read more »