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What Fiduciaries Can Learn from the LaMettry’s Collision, Inc. Case

 December 7 2016
Debbie Damberg and Tony Severson, two of 114 participants in the LaMettry 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan, filed a class action lawsuit against LaMettry’s Collision in May 2016. What made the 401(k) industry take notice? The plan’s investment value totaled less than $10 million. Historically, similar class action lawsuits have been considerably larger in asset market value.

Bonfiglioli USA Partners with HORAN Retirement Advisors to Improve Employee Retirement Readiness

 December 7 2016
Bonfiglioli USA, the Kentucky-based subsidiary of Bonfiglioli Group, and a global leader in supplying cutting-edge utilityscale power conversion system solutions, has achieved incredible growth. The company’s profits skyrocketed from $3 million in 2002 to $142 million in 2015. In order to attract and obtain employee talent, Bonfiglioli USA works to make its employee benefits affordable and p...

HORAN’s New Tool Guides Employees Through Financial Stages of Life

 December 7 2016
Knowledge is power. No matter where your employees are in life, the more they know about handling their finances, the better chance they have of reaching their goals. Education is crucial to investment and retirement planning. HORAN Retirement Advisors meet one-on-one with employees to offer investment education and guidance. The HORAN Retirement Advisor education strategy ensures employees have t...

Turning Retirement Savings into Retirement Income

 December 7 2016
You’ve saved years for retirement. Once you reach retirement, how do you create a stream of income from your savings to meet your needs? Every income strategy is unique, but each must address one common risk: longevity—the risk of outliving your assets or spending too much too fast. Additionally, there is a risk of leaving substantial assets untapped at death, or, said differently, th...

How the DOL Uses Form 5500 to Target Your Plan for Audit

 December 6 2016
Twenty-five years ago a team of U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) field personnel (mostly auditors or investigators) would travel twice a year to their respective Internal Revenue Service (IRS) warehouses. Their goal was to review the latest Form 5500 filings and bring back a potential case load for the entire office for the next six months.

Are You Department of Labor Audit Ready?

 May 5 2016
Every year, federal government agencies identify thousands of ERISA-governed plans for audit. These agencies include but are not limited to the Department of Labor (DOL), the Internal Revenue Service and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Thus, it’s almost no longer a matter of “if” an employee benefit plan sponsor will encounter an audit but “when.”

The Money Detectives

 April 4 2013
HORAN’s David Lohre, Vice President and Investment & Retirement Plan Consultant, was interviewed by Carol Patton for an article on corporate retirement planning. David spoke on the importance of benchmarking by recordkeepers to assess their organization’s 401(k) administration fees
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