The U.S. Department of Labor filed a complaint against an Idaho retirement plan administrator for allegedly using more than $3.2 million from the retirement plan savings of workers from many employers for his own personal expenses. He tried to buy an interest in the Tamarack Resort, a failed ski and golf resort in Idaho.

This prohibited transaction left the retirement plans without sufficient funds to pay participants all the benefits owed to them. Matthew D. Hutcheson also faces a separate criminal indictment in connection with the same transaction.

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