Tag Archives: Qualified Default Investment Alternative (QDIA)

Keeping Up with The Trends in 401(k) Plans

In the scheme of things, it was not that  long ago that defined benefit pension plans were the main retirement plan game in town.  But now – for better or for worse – 401(k) plans rule in the private arena.  […]

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Fiduciary Tips for Monitoring Your Target Date Retirement Funds

Target date retirement funds generally refer to a related group of investment funds that automatically rebalance and become more conservative as a participant moves towards a designated retirement year. Many 401(k) and profit sharing plans use target date retirement funds […]

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QDIAs and Affirmative Investment Elections

In Bidwell v. University Medical Center, Inc., the Sixth Circuit ruled that an employer was not liable for resulting financial losses when it transferred assets in participants’ retirement plan accounts from a stable value fund to a Qualified Default Investment […]

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