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Cheaper Isn’t Always Better – But a Prudent Process Is.

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Cheaper Isn’t Always Better – But a Prudent Process Is. While assessing the current state of the defined contribution retirement landscape, there are a number of themes that continuously emerge for plan sponsors (fees, litigation, returns – or lack thereof –, benchmarks, and active vs. passive management, just to name a few).

Plan sponsors and advisors may assume that they need to search for and find the lowest-cost investments to fulfill their fiduciary duties to avoid potential litigation. However, this approach could actually lead to potential problems.

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