When you first started your job and enrolled in the company's 401(k) plan, you were presented with a list of investment options. Ever wonder how these investments got in the plan?
This wasn't the work of financial leprechauns. At some point, someone made these decisions.
If it turns out that your plan's investment choices came from a thoughtful, comprehensive, continuing review of the 401(k) plan market, you work for an unusual company indeed. At most companies – especially small and mid-size...Full Story