Managing Your Firm's 401 by Matthew X. Smith
(k) Plan: A Complete Roadmap to Managing Today's Retirement Plans (Wiley Finance)

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An objective resource for managing your firm's 401(k) plan

With the recent uncertainty in the economy and financial markets, 401(k) plans are now under more scrutiny than ever. Written for finance and benefit professionals who are responsible for the management, operations, or oversight of their company's 401(k) plan, Managing Your Firm's 401(k) Plan offers a guide to designing and managing a 401(k) with a focus on financial, fiduciary, and regulatory standards.

While there are plenty of books on 401(k) plans written for the individual investor, there are very few resources for professionals involved in 401(k) management. This book effectively fills that void
It was specifically written for professionals involved in 401(k) managementIt includes regulatory and fiduciary information needed for compliance purposesIt was created by experienced experts in the defined contribution plan arena

Topics covered throughout this insightful guide include measuring retirement readiness, establishing plan governance, managing the plan's investment menu, monitoring record keeper performance, communicating effectively with employees, helping participants manage their retirement income, and much more.


About Matthew X. Smith

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MATT SMITH is Senior Vice President, National Defined Contribution Practice Leader, for Aon Consulting in the United States. Prior to his role at Aon, he was managing director of retirement services for Russell Investments. Smith has been involved with the design, implementation, administration, and asset management of defined contribution plans for over twenty-five years. He has written and spoken widely on topics involving defined contribution plans. Smith has been quoted by numerous trade and professional publications, including PlanSponsor, Employee Benefit News, and Pension & Investments.
Published July 16, 2010 by Wiley. 260 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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