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The average total plan cost and average investment expenses for 401(k) retirement plans fell slightly in 2012, according to the newly published 13th edition of the 401k Averages Book, an annual overview of plan benchmarks.
The study revealed that in 2012:
Expanded Fee Disclosure
"401(k) fees have been trending down over the years but the Department of Labor's fee disclosure regulations, which took effect in 2012, helped bring a great deal of attention to 401(k) plan fees," said Joseph Valletta, co-author of the study. "More plan sponsors and their advisors recognize the importance of plan fees and the wide range of fees in the marketplace. The average total expense for a small plan is 1.46 percent, but the range between the high and low total plan expense is .38 percent to 1.97 percent."
Target-Date vs. Balanced Funds
Target-date fund use continues to grow in 401(k) plans; for the first time, the study separated target-date funds from traditional balanced and risk-based funds. Among the findings:
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