Published: August, 2022
With increased oversight of retirement plans—and continually changing regulations—you want to be confident that you’re in control of your plan’s compliance. Whether working on your own, or with the assistance of a plan consultant, maintaining documentation and processes for plan governance can help prepare you in case of a plan audit or compliance check. It’s also a great way to increase the efficiency of your plan while improving the experience of your participants.
Retirement plans are designed to be long-term programs for participants to accumulate and receive benefits at retirement. As a result, plan records may cover many years of transactions. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), as well as the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), require plan sponsors to keep records of these transactions because they may become material in administering pension law.
Considering that the Department of Labor (DOL), IRS, participant, or participant’s legal counsel could come calling at any time, you’ll want to be ready to show your ERISA required documented prudent process
In this online continuing education course, participants will learn about the essential documents of plan governance, how and when to update these documents, and how to implement best practices with document review and retention.
This online CPE/ CE course provides a more detailed review of the essential documents for retirement plans and how to ensure they are properly maintained. Participants will learn:
In this Retirement plan governance best practices CPE/CE webinar following key topics are covered:
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President, Ashford Investment Advisors
Kathleen Dulko started her financial services career as a CPA focusing on retirement plan, health care, and government audits. In 2010, she earned the position of Corporate Controller for a tax-supported healthcare system, where she was a member of the Retirement Plan and Investment Committees, overseeing more than $1 billion in assets. Ms. Dulko joined Ashford Investment Advisors in 2017 where she serves as a 3(38) Investment Manager to her retirement plan clients. Connect on LinkedIn for regular updates on Plan Governance!
Ashford Investment Advisors is a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) based in Daytona Beach, Florida. We are proud to offer our services as a 3(38) Investment Manager. Our unique service model combines the plan governance components of a named fiduciary with the risk transfer benefit of a 3(38) Investment Manager. Visit our website at AshfordPlanReview.com to sign up for our monthly newsletter and learn more about PlanAssure, our exclusive 12-point plan governance process.
Sep 20th, 2022
Charts were all summaries. Would have liked more details - for instance when going over the oversight committee's responsibilities or when she was explaining the two types or investment advisors.