Category Archives: 401(k)

What Is a 401(K) Plan Administrator’s Responsibilities?

Here at Fiduciary Advisors LTD., we teach people about the responsibilities involved with administering a 401k plan. Many people do not realize that a lot of work goes into a project like this. They simply accept that someone will be there to help guide them through the intricacies of their plan, but they don’t necessarily […]

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What Is 180 and 360 Payroll Integration and Why Is It Important for Your 401(K)?

What is 180 and 360 payroll integration? 180 and 360 payroll integration integrate an organization’s payroll system with its human resources management (HRMS) or human capital management (HCM) system. This allows for a more seamless and automated experience for employees and employers when managing payroll and other HR-related tasks. Various organizations have different approaches to […]

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Who Should Be the Trustee of the 401(K) and What Are Their Responsibilities?

Do 401k plans have trustees? Usually, the answer is yes. The trustee is responsible for holding and investing the assets of the 401k plan and ensuring that the plan complies with all applicable laws and regulations. There are two types of trustees: corporate trustees and individual trustees. Corporate trustees are usually banks or other financial […]

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What Are the Participant Loan Rules in a 401(K)?

In search of a quick way to get cash in hand, many of us turn to loan companies for a solution. Of course, the problem with many of those loan offers is that they often come with sky-high interest rates and predatory guidelines. That’s why a 401k participant loan can look so appealing compared to […]

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What Is the Difference Between a 403(B) and a 401(K) Plan?

It’s never too early to plan for retirement. Thankfully, retirement plans often come with employment, thus making saving for your future more convenient. Most companies offer 401(k) and 403(b) retirement plans to their employees. As you’ve probably guessed, those two retirement plans are not completely similar. By the end of this article, you should have a […]

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