About 13 percent of plans had no form of revenue sharing whatsoever last year, a figure that most expect will only grow.
By Chuck Epstein, Benefits Pro|July 09, 2014 at 05:31 AM
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New disclosure rules and the threat of fiduciary violation lawsuitshave helped bring down investment management, recordkeeping and other fees in 401(k) and other retirement accounts. Now revenue-sharing is following suit.
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