How to Select a TPA for Your Retirement Plan

August 24, 2012 at 9:57 am 1 comment

As a plan sponsor, there are many responsibilities that must be performed regarding your retirement plan.  Among the most important duties is selecting service providers.  How do you select a third party administrator (TPA)?  What items should a plan sponsor be looking at?   How can you gauge the credentials and skills of a potential TPA?

I am proud to announce that my book, A Short Guide to Finding a High Value, Low Fee Third Party Administrator (TPA) for Your Retirement Plan, is now available at https://www.createspace.com/3964647.  My goal is to help plan sponsors make the best decision they can when selecting a  TPA.  I understand how difficult a decision this can be when you do not know what skills and credentials to look for.  I have created this book to ease the process and enable plan sponsors to make good choices through my insights from working in the industry.

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I am not selling my own or any one else’s TPA services through this blog or my book.
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Christine Gurney

A pension professional who shares her thoughts and ideas about the pension world for industry members and anyone else interested.

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