Experts: 401(k) rules may cause headaches for advisers and sponsors

02/15/2012 | RIABiz.com

Certain provisions of the U.S. Labor Department's new 401(k) rules might trip up plan sponsors and advisers who don't tread carefully, experts say. Among them: Declaring "indirect compensation," such as free tickets to events; rules that let advisers estimate fees; and a requirement that advisers detail the history of any asset-allocation models they use for 401(k) plans.

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