Recorded January 18, 2017
Few people know how much they pay each year in 401(k) fees. Why? Because all of the expenses are paid directly out of the plan, by the participants. But guess what? The people who have the most money in the plan are paying the most, and yet they get the same service as the ones with the least amount of money in the plan. But, the recent Supreme Court Decision of Tibble vs. Edison is a game changer — if you can’t tell each of the partners exactly how much they are paying in 401(k) fees, this webinar is for you.
- Analyze the fees for and how much they cost 401(k) participants.
- Discuss the three factors in place that over the course of the next decade will dramatically reduce the fees participants pay.
- Breakdown how much money can a participant save by reducing their fees.
- Discover what happens when a plan sponsor fails to comply with Tibble vs. Edison.
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