A rule that could protect investors has been delayed until 2015. The proposal from the DOL would expand the fiduciary standard to more retirement plan advisers.
The House of Representatives harms investors by passing a bill that purports to protect them.
A bill came out that purports to protect investors but actually does just the opposite.
If you got a 401(k) fee disclosure report and you haven’t read it, the Department of Labor says “shame on you.”
The Department of Labor offers some help understanding its new 401(k) fee disclosures.
By now you should have received the new report on your 401(k) required by the U.S. Department of Labor
Beginning in April, the Department of Labor is mandating that 401(k) plan sponsors disclose all fees and expenses associated with 401(k)s in an understandable, uniform way. The industry is scrambling to meet these requirements. When this regulation takes affect, 401(k) account holders should be able to see clearly what they’re paying in the direct and indirect
If your retirement planning includes saving in a 401(k) or other company-sponsored plan, here’s some important news that should, in the long run, make it much easier to save enough money to retire. The U.S. Department of Labor announced today that beginning Jan. 1, 2012, companies providing 401(k) accounts must also provide information about fees