Internal Controls for Retirement Plans

October 22, 2012 at 10:13 pm Leave a comment

Recently, I have had a lot of personal discussions about internal controls.  An interesting question has been posed.  Do you think internal controls are strong enough for retirement plans?  Often times procedures are created, but not always with an understanding of the importance of internal controls and how they can reduce fraud and errors.  I wanted to extend this question to the readers of my blog. Do you feel that your retirement plan is safe and internal controls are adequate?

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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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