How to avoid a $100-$120 monthly plan maintenance fee from a third-party administrator
that is totally not needed.
Other service firms that offer 401(K) rollover plans are interested in receiving on-going income from clients. So they build in plan maintenance fees that are not necessary. Why pay someone else $7,500-$10,000 in fees over the next 5 years to administer your plan when they will require you to do 60% of the work?