Many of the financial professionals I work with would like to develop a 401(k) practice, but wonder whether they have sufficient experience to do so. As a result, they may allow the opportunity to pass them by.
While it's important to have knowledge in this area, it's also important to have reliable partners - including third-party administrators, record keepers, ERISA attorneys and other service providers - who can help address a plan sponsor's needs and questions.
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