By: Braden Priest, CFA®, Retirement Plan Consultant
Congratulations! Your company offers a retirement plan for employees to save for their future. Did you know you might now be a fiduciary as well? If you meet one of the criteria below, you may now have fiduciary responsibility and liability:
Who are Common Fiduciaries?
Reach out to one of our Retirement Plan Advisors today to see if you might be a fiduciary to your plan, and more importantly, see how to mitigate the liability that comes along with such a responsibility.
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