WINNERSLOSERSRetirement savers13 of 19Baker says that one area where financial reform legislation fell far short was the disclosure on 401(k) fees that are largely hidden from consumers. "There's not a lot that regulates those or makes them more transparent," Baker says.« Back to Financial Regulation. Related Articles:Fed's monetary policy toolboxHelp for mortgage borrowers?Financial meltdown: Credit cardsHow safe is your bank?Related Links:Types of banking institutionsSafe places for cashHow the economy affects youCommon mistakes in a bad economy advertisement
Baker says that one area where financial reform legislation fell far short was the disclosure on 401(k) fees that are largely hidden from consumers. "There's not a lot that regulates those or makes them more transparent," Baker says.
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