Under ERISA what expenses can be paid from a plan?
Plan assets can be used to pay the reasonable expenses of administering the plan. So, what is considered “reasonable" then? This video reviews a sample 401(k) plan taken from litigation cases, in order to show what steps would be deemed a good idea to take, and what steps would not.
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- J.D. degree, Indiana University, Robert H. McKinney School of Law; B.S. degree, Ball State University
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