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New research indicates that mutual funds that offer revenue-sharing compensation to the recordkeepers of 401(k) plans are more likely to be added to the investment menu of those plans and are less likely to be deleted. Meanwhile, participants in the plans are more likely to pay higher fees without the benefit of higher performance.

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