TPAs as Fiduciaries . . . of Their Own Plans


Posted on October 8, 2018, by Fred Reish in TPA. Comments Off on TPAs as Fiduciaries . . . of Their Own Plans

Heather Abrigo and I have begun writing articles for third party administrators, TPAs.  This first article is about issues arising from a TPA’s own plan, where it is, by definition, a fiduciary.  If you are interested in receiving future TPA articles, email liz.jutila@dbr.com.

 

 

 

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