This morning I looked at a few early filers in the small 401(k) market to get some idea of what to expect when the bulk of 2010 filings becomes available later this year. Of the hundreds of thousands of 401(k)s expected to file, 5,754 of them decided to make the rest of you look bad by sending in their filings early.

These plans held a little more than $8 billion in combined assets at the end of 2010, which was a 13.4 percent jump over 2009, and a 50 percent jump over 2008.

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