The fee squeeze is at a tipping point, and 401(k) advisers need to adapt by being more diligent in assessing their profit margins and value proposition.
Regular training can help committee members understand their responsibilities to plan participants.
Fixed income and emerging markets are areas where active funds make sense, some experts say.
he recent ruling makes important points regarding share-class selection, the timing of fund changes and comparisons to the S&P 500 index.
Tons of 401(k) advisers will be prone to litigation come June, and advisers need to know where the pitfalls lie and how best to protect themselves.
Interest in aggregator firms focused on 401(k) plans has grown, but advisers must weigh what they'd be sacrificing and gaining through such arrangements.
By mandating that nongovernment money funds add special fees, redemption restrictions and floating net-asset values, the SEC has given plan advisers a reason to reassess the cash management options in company-sponsored plans.
Clients are looking for more when it comes to participant education, communication, investment reporting and investment results.
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