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Recording of June 17, 2020 Webinar
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On Monday, May 18, the U.S. Supreme Court came to its decision on Tibble v. Edison, a 401(k) lawsuit filed initially in 2007. This lawsuit was brought on by employees against their employer’s 401(k) plan because of its high fees. Darla Mercado, in an article published in InvestmentNews, discusses the importance of the decision on this case, which confirms the responsibility for plan sponsors to periodically review fund performance, fee policies, quality of providers, etc.
Please read the full article about Tibble v. Edison at Investment News.
For more information on Brickley DeLong 401(k) plans or employee benefit plans, please contact Brenda Jacobs at (231) 726-5880 or email@example.com
Brickley DeLong is a West Michigan Accounting Firm, offering personalized accounting services with offices in Muskegon, Hart, and Grand Rapids, Michigan.
“It comes as no surprise that nonprofits have a continual pressing need for money, but some of the potential solutions to that challenge might be as easy as providing for internal staff training needs and reducing turnover.”
– See more of the article by Jane C. Simons at: http://mibiz.com/news/nonprofit-business/item/20727-gvsu-study-finds-internal-training-key-to-improving-performance-at-nonprofits
On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. The law puts in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that will roll out over four years and beyond. The Affordable Care Act was put into place to ensure any and all residents of the United States qualify and receive medical health insurance. The Affordable Care Act has had some changes so please see the link below for an interactive timeline of changes from 2010-2014.
“If you were married or divorced and your name has changed sometime in the last year, be sure to notify the Social Security Administration before you file your taxes with the IRS. If the name on your tax return doesn’t match SSA records, the IRS will flag it as an error and that may delay your refund.” If your name has changed at all please check out this article.