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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 Plan Sponsor Fiduciary Alert: Conflicts-of-Interest More Important than Mutual Fund Expense Ratios

It’s not the operating costs, it’s the shareholder fees. They’ll get you every time.

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These Four Quick Fixes for ERISA Can Reduce 401k Fiduciary Stress

We can do these things right now and more people will be able to save for retirement.

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Exclusive Interview (Part III): Phil Chiricotti Offers Surprising Comments on the Fiduciary Standard

“ERISA needs a statutory fix… or [we need] a DOL that employers can trust.”

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 8/1/14

Form 5500 facts, fiduciary friends fight foes and Investment foibles.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 6/13/14

Government butting in, Fonz as Fiduciary and the clash of the investing theory titans.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 5/23/14

Flyover America Acts, SEC babbles and How to Get Better Investment Returns.

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