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How a Plan Sponsor Can Avoid Turning Their Retirement Plan Turn into a H.R. Disaster

Topic:
How a Plan Sponsor Can Avoid Turning Their Retirement Plan Turn into a H.R. Disaster
Date:
July 10, 2013 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Ary Rosenbaum, Lawyer(The Rosenbaum Law Firm)
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Description
An interesting and entertaining discussion about the rules and regulations concerning retirement plans and how HR Directors of plan sponsors can avoid turning their retirement into a human resources disaster. The discussion will be about the Internal Revenue Code and ERISA rules concerning fiduciary responsibility and tips on how to make a retirement plan a positive employee benefit. This is an essential course for any human resources professional who works with their employer's United Stated based retirement plan.

The course will teach tips on how human resource directors can avoid having their ERISA covered retirement plans turn into a human resource disaster and instead, turning their retirement plan into a valuable employee benefit that can help recruit and maintain employees. The course can minimize fiduciary liability and increase plan participation. It will be a basic introduction to retirement plans, fiduciary responsibility, and employer contributions. It will also advise about what communications should be sent to retirement plan participants as well as which retirement plan provisions should be included in the plan document. This course is an essential element in helping h.r. directors helping turn their retirement plan around as well as what steps to avoid in handling their retirement plan and avoid making it a liability pitfall for the employer.

While this retirement plan course will talk about the legal ramifications of retirement plans, it will do so in an easy to understand language with practical, easy to understand tips on what to do and what not to do in handling retirement plans.
Who Should Participate
Human resource professionals who work for U.S. based companies
What You Will Learn
  • Learn about Fiduciary Responsibility that a plan sponsor has in setting up and maintaining a retirement plan.
  • The benefits of employer contributions.
  • The correct way to run a retirement plan, namely participant directed investments under 401(k) plans.
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Ary Rosenbaum
The Rosenbaum Law Firm

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Ary Rosenbaum is an ERISA/ retirement plan attorney for his firm, The Rosenbaum Law Firm P.C.. At a flat fee, Ary helps plan sponsors reduce their plan cost, facilitate administration, and limit their fiduciary liability.
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