Starting next year, the Department of Labor will require plan sponsors to disclose specific plan fees and investment information to 72 million plan participants via two related rules, ERISA 408(b)(2), which governs disclosures that must be made from service providers to plan sponsors, and 404(a)(5), which governs disclosures that must be made from plan sponsors to plan participants.
CFO.com Magazine: Lifting the Lid on 401(k) Fees
As VP of Brand + Creative for Ubiquity, Sylvia is a creatively driven entrepreneur with an unprecedented passion for the written word. With over 22 years in marketing and advertising and titles ranging from Director to CMO, Sylvia has worked with mega giants including Intel, Microsoft, IGN Entertainment, Activision, and Apple. She has also worked on projects with Jack Johnson, Mariah Carey, Denise Richards and YMCMB’s Lil’ Wayne and Birdman. Most recently, Sylvia co-produced Broken Eggs, the hard-hitting, feature-length documentary about the looming retirement crisis in America.
December 1, 2011 at 10:16 pm