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April 1, 2012 looms as a date that may live in infamy for some 401(k) service providers. That’s when the DOL’s new 408(b)(2) regulation takes effect. This regulation requires all plan service providers to disclose their compensation to 401(k) plan sponsors. Service providers include anyone acting as a fiduciary, registered investment advisers, brokers, recordkeepers, third party administrators and consultants. But that’s not the surprise.

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