Allen Steinberg : Perspectives
Employee benefit plans—especially retirement and health care—have become an increasingly important part of the employment relationship. For employers, these plans represent an important part of the total compensation package, a tool for retention and recruitment, and a growing financial and compliance burden. For employees, these plans represent a key part of their overall financial security and wellbeing, a financial burden, and a source of complexity and frustration. In effect, it’s complicated. Our firm is dedicated to helping employers manage these complexities and focus on the important things.Contact Allen Steinberg
11.09.2018 03.20 CDT
By combining a 401(k) plan with student loan repayments, this approach may provide employers an opportunity to help employees meet student loan obligations without adding a costly new program.
01.08.2018 09.08 CDT
This paper helps demonstrate how it is not enough for plan fiduciaries to rely on regulatory rules to protect against predatory behavior; as in so many horror movies, the predator is already inside the house.
17.07.2018 10.34 CDT
It is difficult to measure the specific effects, of each of these actions, on health insurance markets. However, there is increasing evidence that the cumulative effects of these actions are reshaping health insurance markets in the United States.
05.06.2018 12.08 CDT
Regulators and courts may focus on the different rules for “investment advisers” and “brokers.” But, in the real world, this distinction confuses investors and undermines consumer protections.
18.05.2018 09.49 CDT
An investigation does not mean there was any wrongdoing by Wells Fargo.