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Often, when nonprofits select a vendor to administer a 403(b) plan, fees are the only thing reviewed, but the vendor's ability to deliver the requested services is most important. (Photo: iStock)

The 403(b) retirement plans used by many nonprofits have been in the news lately for reasons likely to give plan sponsors headaches: the potential impact of fiduciary policy changes, bad press, and litigation.


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