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There are two good reasons why the odds are in favor of better disclosure of 401(k) fees: one, a mounting number of lawsuits by participants against plan sponsors over excessive fees; and two, Congress is now getting involved. But what form the increased disclosure takes is still up for grabs, and as one might expect, there is nothing close to consensus about what’s necessary.

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