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It's Time to Get Rid of Indirect Compensation in Small Business Retirement Plans
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[Opinion]
June 6, 2014
"Indirect compensation in the 1980s not only made sense, it was the most efficient means of handling plan services in an era when investing was an expensive proposition.... Today, access to information and transparency are better than ever before. Seriously. So much has changed, except for ... indirect compensation. There is no longer a market efficiency argument for its existence."

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