I think it’s a safe bet to say we’ve all paid a lot more attention to retirement plan fees in the wake of the new Department of Labor disclosure requirements. This is true for 401(k)/403(b) plans and beyond. Fortunately (or unfortunately) we can’t avoid the topic!
It’s likely no one pays more attention than the plan fiduciary. After all it’s their job to work with the service provider and financial professional to make sure the fees paid by the plan are “reasonable.” But what exactly does “reasonable” mean?
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