Employers that sponsor retirement savings plans overwhelmingly favor recent proposals that would require investment advice from plan providers and advisers to be in the best interest of their employees, a new AARP study finds.
Nearly nine in ten (89%) employers say they would favor requiring defined contribution plan providers give advice that is in the best interest of plan participants, the study says. Just 7% of plan sponsors say they oppose such a fiduciary requirement.
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