There are all sorts of different documents you need to provide, and many of them have different deadlines. We take a look at some of the most important disclosures, their deadlines, who they need to be provided to, and your options for distributing them.
Annualization — If a contractor is doing public work and uses any of the fringe supplements to pay bona fide benefits to their employees, you need to know how to utilize these fringe supplements in a compliant way.
The adoption agreement is your guidebook on the features associated with your retirement plan, and is something you and your administrative team should be very familiar with. It is critical that you follow the rules in your adoption agreement to help ensure the Plan stays compliant.
We are excited to announce our latest podcast by Tom Santa Barbara, president of DirectAdvisors, entitled “New York State Construction Concerns”. In this podcast, Tom interviews Brian Sampson, President of the Empire Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). Brian discusses some of his thoughts on the latest developments in the industry and the state of New York, especially the many challenges being faced amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fees have been a hot topic in the retirement services industry for some time now, and rightfully so. You don’t want your investment earnings to be eaten away by fees, but how can you tell what fees are being paid from your plan? And what fees are considered to be reasonable? You want to know if what you’re paying is appropriate.
Fiduciaries are considered an integral part of a retirement plan. They hold very important responsibilities and must adhere to specific best practices, or else they can be held personally liable.