Employee Fiduciary in the Media

New Online 401(k) Plans Disrupt Retirement Market

Posted by Holly Roussel-Godfrey on Sep 1, 2016

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Topics: small business 401k, 401(k)

Eric Droblyen Comments On The Evolving Micro 401k Plan Market

Posted by Holly Roussel-Godfrey on Nov 13, 2015

401(k) Solutions for Micro Plans. The recent announcement that Betterment is getting into the 401(k) business prompted a review of solutions for the micro plan market. Employee Fiduciary mentioned in an article on PlanSponsor.

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Eric Droblyen Rebukes Hyperbole Used by Betterment CEO When Describing Company’s New 401k Product

Posted by Holly Roussel-Godfrey on Nov 13, 2015

Stakeholders respond to Betterment’s launch. Robo-advisory platform for 401(k) plans making waves. Employee Fiduciary mentioned in an article on BenefitsPro.

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Eric Droblyen Predicts How the DOL’s Fiduciary Rule Might Affect 401k Recordkeepers

Posted by Holly Roussel-Godfrey on Nov 13, 2015

Will New DOL Rule Contain Fiduciary Surprise for 401k Recordkeepers? Eric Droblyen, President of Employee Fiduciary, was quoted by FiduciaryNews.com.

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Simpler, Less Expensive 401(k) Options

Posted by Holly Roussel-Godfrey on Sep 11, 2015

Employee Fiduciary recognized as a pioneer by New York Times!

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Topics: low cost 401(k) plan

Employee Fiduciary Recommended in Interview with Mark Zoril

Posted by Holly Roussel-Godfrey on Aug 24, 2015

FitSmallBusiness-logoIn an interview for FitSmallBusiness.com, "How small businesses can provide employees with a retirement plan? An Interview with Mark Zoril," Zoril recommends Employee Fiduciary for 401k recordkeeping.

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Topics: 401k recordkeeping

Small Companies Now Have No Excuse for a Lousy Retirement Plan

Posted by Eric Droblyen on Jun 3, 2015

Bloomberg BusinessEric Droblyen, president of Employee Fiduciary was quoted in an article on Bloomberg Business.

Business owners might pay more attention to these fees if they were coming directly out of the company coffers. Instead, the fees are often passed on to workers in the form of higher mutual fund expenses. “If it’s not affecting your company bottom line, you don’t pay attention to fees,” said Eric Droblyen, president of Employee Fiduciary.

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Benefits experts debate long-term impact of fiduciary rules on employers

Posted by Eric Droblyen on Jun 3, 2015

Employee Benefits News logoEric Droblyen, president and COO of Employee Fiduciary was quoted in an article on Employee Benefits News.

“When the president announces that a proposed regulation has gone to the OMB it is clearly a priority for the administration,” said Eric Droblyen, president and COO of Employee Fiduciary, LLC in St. Petersburg, Fla. “I have to believe the DOL has learned a lesson in listening to the industry. The sky is falling. The sky is falling.”

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Greg Carpenter interviewed by Nick Thorton

Posted by Greg Carpenter on Feb 25, 2015

BenefitsProGreg Carpenter was interviewed by Nick Thorton, BenefitsPro.com. "Putting clients’ interests first all along."

Greg Carpenter, a co-founder of Employee Fiduciary, a Mobile, Alabama-based RIA that specializes in the small-plan market, thinks the DOL’s proposed rule will, in fact, be disruptive to the 401(k) market, which remains dominated by the broker-dealer world, not RIA fiduciaries who work on fixed fees.

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Greg Carpenter interviewed by the WSJ

Posted by Greg Carpenter on Feb 20, 2015

Wall-Street-JournalGreg Carpenter was interviewed by the WSJ: "How to Lobby for a Better 401(k)."

Consider writing a letter. "You've got to frame the request. Keep it positive. Put it in writing. Be prepared to assist," says Greg Carpenter, chief executive of Employee Fiduciary, which is based in Mobile, Ala., and offers record- keeping services to 401(k) plans.

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