A number of retirement plan experts believe that 401(k) plan participants should only be allowed to invest in index funds. They say the additional cost that participants pay for actively managed mutual funds is not justified by better performance. Some 401(k) plan sponsors have agreed, offering only index funds in their fund line-ups. Is that a good idea?
Here are arguments for using only index funds:
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