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Alison Borland, Aon HewittNow that 401(k) retirement plan sponsors are disclosing more about the fees paid to plan providers, will the increased transparency cause companies to rethink these relationships? Yes seems to be the prevailing answer.

Two Department of Labor rules that kicked into gear this year require plan providers and companies that sponsor plans to open the books on plan fees and investment costs to the country’s 72 million participants in 401(k) plans.

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