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401(k)s Shifting to Fixed-Dollar, Per-Head Fees
Supreme Court: Fiduciaries Have Ongoing Duty to Monitor Investments
EBSA Grants New Flexibility for Annual 401(k) Fee Disclosure
Supreme Court Hears Excessive 401(k) Fees Case
Appellate Ruling Affirms Duty to Monitor 401(k) Fees
Revisiting 401(k) Fees in a Post-Disclosure World
International Paper Settles 401(k) Fee Lawsuit for $30 Million
DOL Tweaks 2013 Investment Disclosure Deadline
Survey: Fee Disclosure Had Little Impact
Is Fee Levelization Right for Your 401(k) Plan?
DOL Provides Help for Tardy Vendor Fee Disclosures
401(k) Fee Disclosures: A Top 10 List of Issues
DOL Issues Additional Fee Disclosure Guidance
Tips on Communicating 401(k) Fees
A Checklist for Participant Fee Disclosures in 2012
DOL Final Rule Extends Deadlines for Service Provider and Participant-Level Fee Disclosures by 3 Months
DOL Offers More Guidance on Electronic Fee Disclosure
Plan Sponsors Lack Knowledge of Revenue-Sharing Fees
In 2012, 401(k) Disclosures Will Shine a Light on Fees
Most Retirement Plan Sponsors Unprepared for Fee Disclosure Rules
Sample Glossary of Investment-Related Terms for Disclosures to Retirement Plan Participants
Preparing for Service Provider Fee Disclosures
DOL Issues Policy on Electronic Disclosure of Participants' 401(k) Fees
DOL Aligns Deadlines for Retirement Plan Fee Disclosures
DOL to Confirm Deadlines for Retirement Plan Fee Disclosures
401(k) Participants Want Fee Summary, Not Detailed Disclosure
Fiduciary Decisions and the Fee Transparency Movement
Will DOL's Fee Disclosure Rule Enlighten Participants?
401(k) Fee Disclosure for the ‘You Never Told Me’ Employees
DOL Extends Effective Date for Fee Disclosure Rule
Fee Disclosure: What 401(k) Plans Can No Longer Hide
Plan Sponsors: Prepare Now for Fee Disclosure Rules
Fee Disclosure Rule Puts Spotlight on Investment Committees
Non-Mutual Fund Investments Complicate Fee Disclosure
Final Rule on 401(k) Fee Disclosure to Participants Seen as 'Reasoned Approach'
Some Excessive Fee Claims Recognized by Courts
Understanding New DOL Rules on Retirement Plan Fee Disclosure
Control 401(k) Costs with a Zero Revenue-Sharing Strategy
Account Balance Size Influences 401(k) Plan Fees
High 401(k) Plan Fees Can Deplete Retirement Savings
Turnover Within Mutual Funds: The Hidden Retirement Plan Fee
Auditing Your Retirement Plan Fees
HR Magazine: Uncovering 401(k) Fees
HR Magazine: Is Your 401(k) Squeezed by Costs?
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