Retirement plan investment line-ups are an increasingly complex and vital decision for fiduciaries. Critical responsibilities include the amount of 401(k) investment choices to offer as well as the types of asset classes in which to invest. Some fiduciaries have been sued for offering too many choices, while others have been sued for offering too few.
The key to mitigating risk is using a prudent, participant-centered process to determine which asset classes benefit the participants in the plan.
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