Plan Fees

Plan Fee Mistakes – FiduciaryNews Coverage

Last Updated: June 07, 2018

There is a broad discussion taking place – from advisors to news and information outlets – on how fiduciaries can gain and maintain confidence in their plan, get the best performance for their employees, and avoid making mistakes with costly, sometimes legal, repercussions.  Pension Consultants, Inc. is excited to be at the forefront of that conversation, leading the push for objective performance standards and absolute transparency in retirement plan management.


Last week, Pension Consultants’ executive director Cody Mendenhall had the opportunity to share his perspective on the biggest mistakes plan fiduciaries make when it comes to plan fees. His thoughts are included in this June 5 article on, written by author Christopher Carosa: What Plan Sponsors Must Do to Avoid Liability from These 3 Common Fee Blunders.


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PCI’s archived blog entries are dated, the rules and statutes referenced may have changed. The analysis or guidance within these blog entries may have become stale, dated, or no longer accurate. PCI will not update or change these entries to reflect the latest analysis or development.


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