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How to Improve 401k Participant Fee Disclosure

    How to Improve 401k Participant Fee Disclosure

They say less is more, and nowhere is that more true than in 401k participant fee disclosure.

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Top Ten Reasons Why 401k Participant Fee Disclosure Hurts Employees’ Retirement Prospects

If fee disclosure is a disease, education is the cure.

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Why Isn’t 401k Fee Disclosure Working?

Who needs fee disclosure when you have Jerry Schlichter?

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401k Fee Disclosure One Year Later: What We’ve Learned

The DOL’s new 401k Fee Disclosure Rule, while its effectiveness might be suspect, has empowered plan sponsors.

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401k Fee Disclosure: What 6 Months Tells Us

A warning is not the same as protection.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 9/14/12

An excellent example of why you should never get your 401k news from the mass media, Bogle bungles Fiduciary Standard last stand, DOL issues participant fee guidance and more.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 8/24/12

The Pension Plan NIMBY, putting the Fiduciary Standard in a compromising position and reinterpreting Fee Disclosure based on personal interests.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 8/10/12

Social Security reaches dour milestone while San Diego gets a thumbs up to punt its pension plan and a new meaning of fee disclosure.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 8/3/12

Government drives backwards, the ironic ineffectiveness of disclosure, the surprising problem with revenue sharing and why you shouldn’t trust anyone under 30 (when it comes to investing).

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