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Getting hired as a plan sponsor’s advisor comes down to fit — it’s one part meeting a plan sponsor’s scorecard, one part effective communication, and one part gut instinct on the part of the committee. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Plan advisors are finding that more and more plan sponsors are using requests for proposals (RFPs). It’s a trend that’s here to stay.

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