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Someone at your company is a 'trustee' of the plan and has fiduciary responsibility for it--it never hurts to point this out to whoever it is. It also points out that you are aware of their fiduciary responsibility.
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At my Usta-Job I had the same delay. When I questioned the delay [and showed what the float meant in dollars] the administrators seemed a little surprised but then realized why she had direction toward taking advantage of the time allowed. If the money is in as directed by law - then accordingly the company is fulfilling her fiduciary responsibility.

But it does not hurt to ask!!!



DrTarr
Who has many similar reasons for leaving that particular comapny.
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