Fiduciaries for retirement plans are human beings, so they make mistakes.

The most common of those mistakes, while understandable among people unfamiliar with the responsibilities and obligations of a fiduciary, are less so among fiduciaries themselves.

Nevertheless, mistakes are made, and they can be costly not just to the organization for which the erring fiduciary has responsibility, but for the fiduciary personally.

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