"This up-to-the-minute book shows how the Supreme Court's recentLaRue decision has reshaped the world of retirement plans. Rulesgoverning fiduciaries of defined benefit plans may no longerprotect fiduciaries of defined contribution plans and may actuallyharm them. The Four Pillars of Retirement Plans isindispensable for plan sponsors and other fiduciaries, and for allthose advising them, including investment advisors andattorneys."
—W. Scott Simon, JD, CFP, AIFA, author of ThePrudent Investor Act: A Guide to Understanding and Morningstar"Fiduciary Focus" columnist
"This book is a must-read for all plan sponsors, financialadvisors, and ERISA attorneys if they have any hope of defendingthemselves from the mountain of litigation looming on the horizonfor all participant-directed retirement plans and provides a roadmap to easily modify antiquated procedures born in the definedbenefit era that contradict today's participant-directed retirementplans. Plaintiff's counsel is sure to have read this book; if youdon't, you will be defenseless in these suits."
—Edward Siedle, Esq., "The Pension Detective" andPresident of Benchmark Financial Services, Inc.
"If you are a trustee, plan sponsor, or financial advisorserious about the retirement plan marketplace, you MUST read thisbook, or you will be ill-equipped to deal with the fiduciarymeltdown non-readers will be facing."
—John Lohr, ERISA attorney and author