5 Things Every 401(k) Plan Sponsor Should Do to Avoid Litigation

Business owners are the ones ultimately held responsible for their plans. Their top two allies: preparation and documentation.

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By now you have heard about the Department of Labor's (DOL) new rules for retirement plans of all kinds. (They were announced almost a year ago.) And by now you have heard all sorts of rumors that the Trump administration will repeal the new rules, or not repeal them, or delay them or revamp them. … There are just too many rumors to keep straight!

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John Riley, AIF
Chief Strategist, Cornerstone Investment Services

In 1999, John Riley established Cornerstone Investment Services to offer investors an alternative to Wall Street. He is unique among financial advisers for having passed the Series 86 and 87 exams to become a registered Research Analyst. Since breaking free of the crowd, John has been able to manage clients' money in a way that prepares them for the trends he sees in the markets and the surprises Wall Street misses.