Our retirement plan industry is evolving. Since the beginning of 401(k) plans in the early 1980s, service providers have continued to add features such as participant-directed accounts, loans, and self-directed brokerage accounts.

Most of these 401(k) enhancements were driven by the large plan market which filtered downstream to small plans. But one new 401(k) feature that’s starting to take off is being driven by the small plan market.

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