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Among the smallest 403(b) plans, only 55 percent of plan sponsor respondents said they were aware of the fiduciary rule.(Photo: Getty)

Nearly six of 10 nonprofit sponsors of 403(b) plans are not planning any changes to their retirement plans when the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule is implemented, according to a survey by the Plan Sponsor Council of America.

Nick Thornton

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