Video: Hidden Fees in 401k Plans

3 part video on hidden fees in 401k plans.

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Following the Financial Crowd… The 401k

Have you ever heard of the term “group think”? A group think experiment was done that demonstrated our natural instict to conform with the crowd. Do you remember the old show “Candid Camera.” It started back in 1948. I want to share a little clip from one of the old episodes… so old its black…

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High – and often hidden – cost of government sponsored retirement plans

Ron Lieber writes for the New York Times and has recently focused his attention on how 401(k) fees are structured, identified and communicated to participants. click here to read his article One major issue I see is the fact that the 401(k) plan has only been around for 30 years. Plans first started emerging in…

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401k’s Should Not Be Required, Sorry MSN

“It’s time to make the 401k mandatory, with every employer offering a plan and both employer and employee required to contribute.” This little ditty comes from www.msn.com, and although I know their intentions are good, this is an idea that has been perpetuated for quite some time, and it’s time to take a deeper look…

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