Two weeks after employee complaints touched off an audit into Utah’s 529 college savings plan, the plan’s director has been dismissed for sharing the plan’s money pool with that of his own, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Dale Hatch, director of the Utah Educational Savings Plan Trust, did not directly harm investors since he only transferred money to himself from the administrative account, rather than investment accounts. Still, it was determined as a conflict of interest, and Hatch was dismissed.

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