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When plan sponsors offer a 401(k) plan for their employees, they take on a fiduciary responsibility for the performance and welfare of the plan. They must act solely on behalf of plan participants and their beneficiaries, focusing only on providing the best possible benefits. This includes making sure that all fees associated with the plan are reasonable and transparent, so participants can see exactly how much they’re paying and the services they’re paying for.

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