Insights

Updated language may be needed in retirement plan during restatement

Every six years, the IRS requires that all retirement plan sponsors restate their prototype or volume submitter retirement plan documents for any law changes since the last restatement period. The current restatement period started May 1, 2014, and runs through April 30, 2016.

Align your employee training strategy with the strategy of your business

Business leaders know that it’s critical to see how important employee learning and development is to their organization. But the one-size-fits-all approach to learning is being scrapped in favor of new ways of training.

Why employees and employers need new solutions to protect their wealth

Pension plans have become a headache for employers who were already struggling to find enough cash to keep up with expenses. Here's what employers can do to deal with this growing problem.

Control and monitor your spending with company credit cards

Credit cards have a reputation for helping businesses establish and build credit, but they’ve recently evolved into a much more powerful tool because of the benefits that can be derived from their role in money management.

Why the status quo bars companies from exploring new ways to operate

Status quo thinking manifests itself in many forms. One is a “this is the way we have always done it” mentality, an attitude that sometimes morphs into a company’s culture — and that in turn could stifle a company’s growth potential.