Sure, fee disclosure regs seem to have gone over like a lead zeppelin, but if the participants actually open them in 2013, you could see some big interest in your expertise.
By Andy Stonehouse|December 26, 2012 at 08:16 AM
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Having settled into that odd gray area between the last of the country’s two big paid holidays, those of you still in a turkey and “A Christmas Story” marathon haze may be phoning it in this week. So let us not try to delve too deeply into the complexities of 401(k) financing and the slightly pathetic nature of the 11th hour fiscal cliff fixes – or lack thereof.
But it is indeed an appropriate time to look back (lord knows all the TV stations are preparing their own Year in Review highlight reels) and consider the great experiment – useful or not – that was this year’s roll-out of the 401(k) and 403(b) fee disclosure regulations. For they were the closest thing the retirement industry is going to get to headline news, perhaps ever – even if that was just a fading blip on the mid-year news cycle.
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