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A Brave New World for 401k Plans Sponsors without Conflict-of-Interest Fees

    A Brave New World for 401k Plans Sponsors without Conflict-of-Interest Fees

Without conflict-of-interest fees like 12b-1 fees and revenue sharing, the world becomes a lot simpler for 401k plan sponsors and a lot safer for plan participants.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 5/29/15

Ruining retirement, Tibble squabbling, and income innuendo.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 3/27/15

Nationalizing retirement? Fudging Fiduciary? Revenue Shearing (no, that’s not a typo).

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 2/20/15

Public pension SNAFU, fiduciary change of venue, and the revenge of the investor.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 2/6/15

The politics of envy, fiduciary irony and “Investment choices? We don’t need no stink’ investment choices!”

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 1/30/15

Retirement policy Dark Horse, protesting the Fiduciary Rule too much and bond funds (and their ilk) have a license to kill retirement savings.

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“How-to” Guidelines to Follow When Creating 401k Plan Benchmarks

Just because something is measurable doesn’t mean it’s relevant.

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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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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 12/19/14

Washington musical chairs, annuities and fiduciary liability, and investment mumbo jumbo.

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

Why don’t retirement policy makers get it? The advent of “Fiduciary 2.0”? and Why all the sudden questions about investment orthodoxy?

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