Retirement plans may have thousands of participants and billions of dollars in plan assets. Unfortunately, these large sums of money are attractive to bad actors who look to prey on unknowing victims by fraudulently accessing funds. Plan administrators, as fiduciaries of retirement plans, are wise to understand their legal obligations and best practices related to
Julia Ann Love
Julia has more than 20 years of experience providing proactive and practical advice to businesses on all aspects of employee benefits and executive compensation, including ERISA compliance, defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, health and welfare plans, executive employment agreements and non-qualified deferred compensation arrangements. Julia advises publicly traded companies, privately held companies and non-profit corporations in the Cleveland, Ohio area and nationwide from a variety of industries including technology, banking, retail, and manufacturing which gives her insight into best practices and emerging trends in the industry.
Extreme Couponing: How Manufacturer Coupons Impact Health Plans
Many Americans use prescription drugs on a daily basis to control or prevent a wide variety of illnesses. However, the increasing costs of prescription drugs make it hard for many Americans to obtain the medications they require. One way to combat this is through the use of manufacturer coupons. The process is simple. A manufacturer…
Crime Doesn’t Pay…Or Does It?
It sounds like something you might see on Dateline. A happy couple with a white picket fence in the suburbs. And then … the unthinkable happens …. one spouse murders the other. The last thing on anyone’s mind is what happens to the retirement plan assets….unless you are a plan administrator.
A principal purpose of…