Each year employers should spend some time evaluating the providers they work with their 401(k) plan.
Assessing the performance of your 401(k) investment adviser is often the most difficult since he/she may be the captain of your 401(k) provider team. But the good news is there are some ways for plan sponsors to tell if the adviser is doing a good job.
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