Because of retirement plan litigation and fee disclosure rules, there has been a major decline in 401(k) plan fees the past few years.

“This past year there was a slight change in that trend, but it may only be temporary,” says Ross Bremen, CFA, and a partner at NEPC, LLC, an independent, full-service investment consulting firm headquartered in Boston.

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