Tag: "Third Party Administrators (TPA)"
The 2013 Women Business Leaders Forum kicked off with Mark Murphy, founder and CEO of Leadership IQ and bestselling author, revealed astounding statistics and valuable insight on hiring new employees for their attitude versus their skill level.View Post
The NAPA/ASPPA 401(k) SUMMIT is a national forum for professionals in the 401(k) marketplace. More than 1,200 retirement plan practitioners join experts and business leaders to discuss major trends, best practices, and legislative and regulatory activity that impact the industry.View Post
Retirement professionals and government officials meet to discuss regulatory, legislative, and administrative issues in the retirement arena. Participants include accountants, attorneys, actuaries, benefits & HR directors, investment professionals, and third party administrators.View Post
ASPPA held its annual conference at the Gaylord National Resort on October 28-31. Kevin J. Donovan, MSPA, of Pinnacle Plan Design, LLC, and Andrew Ferguson, MSPA, of Altman & Cronin led an introductory workshop on cash balance plans.View Post
MEDIA ADVISORY Event: The Cincinnati Pension Conference, co-sponsored by ASPPA and the ASPPA Benefit Councils (ABC) of Cincinnati and Ohio, is a forum for in-depth discussion on the complexities and nuances of servicing qualified plans. Topics include notices, compliance, plan design, reporting and non-discrimination testing. A diverse group of retirement plan professionals—including accountants, actuaries, attorneys, […]View Post
The American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries (ASPPA) today announced the release of a new educational certificate called “The Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Administration Certificate.” Training in ESOP retirement plan administration will assist professionals with both administration skills and knowledge of the unique intricacies of these plans.View Post
Employees: We love them, we hate them, we need them, we wish they were more dedicated, we wish they were more talented. The bottom line is, we wish they gave 100 percent all the time. We all want what Mark Murphy calls “hundred-percenters.” Murphy, chairman & CEO of Leadership IQ, spoke to a group of more than 60 attendees at the Women Business Leaders Forum in Charlotte, N.C.View Post