Tag Archives: 401k

18 Nov

The Upside of Target-Date Funds

Target-date funds  have been taking a beating lately, with some of the noise coming from everyone who isn’t TDF and other attacks from those advocating for individual level model portfolios in 401(k) plans. While target-date funds may not be perfect, they offer a great solution for most plan participants who, let’s face it, have little

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17 Nov

401(k) Investment Menu; Less is More

In the old days, some plan sponsors treated 401k investment menus like a restaurant menu. If somebody (influential) wanted a fund in the lineup it was added. The result of this in many plans were investment menus with too many funds, overlapping funds and dominated funds. Lineups like that are confusing to participants and result in poor(er) asset allocation.

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