The latest installment of ERISA Tips discusses limiting liability when exercising fiduciary responsibilities.
State of the State Houses is a feature that provides the status of bills before state legislatures relevant to NTSA members; the latest installment looks at legislation in California, Michigan, Nevada, New York and Oklahoma.
Tech Talk addresses what happens if all employees of a church plan employer that consists of three components are paid under the same EIN.
Roughly a year to the day after first filing suit, plaintiffs and the University of Chicago have entered into a class action settlement for a $6.5 million cash payment and changes to the university’s $3 billion plan.
For the second time in as many days, the 5th Circuit has denied a motion to reconsider its decision denying three states’ motion to intervene in litigation involving the DOL's fiduciary rule.
Five key Senate Democrats are concerned about the DOL's current lack of defense of the fiduciary rule — and they want to know what the DOL plans to do going forward.
An upcoming NTSA webcast will take a closer look at business succession for advisers who are considering retiring.
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