At least once a year plan sponsors and/or other plan fiduciaries should take a critical look at their investment fund lineups. Eight items that are normally considered in a review include:

1. Investment tracks. An investment track is a group of investment funds that appeal to a particular type of investor. It's become common for 401(k) plan menus to feature the following investment tracks: core funds, index, specialty and target date.

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