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Inside the Structure of Defined Contribution/401(k) Plan Fees, 2013: A Study Assessing the Mechanics of the 'All-In' Fee (PDF)
Investment Company Institute [ICI] Link to more items from this source
Aug. 20, 2014
36 pages. "Many fee structures and arrangements exist in the defined contribution marketplace. Plan size (in terms of number of participants) was found to be a significant driver of a plan's 'all-in' fee. Larger plans tend to have lower 'all-in' fees as a percentage of plan assets. A correlation also exists between the 'all-in' fee and the average participant account size in the defined contribution plan. Plans with larger average participant account balances tend to have lower 'all-in' fees as a percentage of plan assets. Plans with a higher percentage of plan assets invested in diversified equity holdings tend to have higher 'all-in' fees"

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