New rules require 401(k) plans to give you a lot more information, including badly needed disclosures about how much you're really paying to save for retirement. Here's what to look for in next month's statement.
Does your 401(k) plan provide investment advice? Probably not. Is the plan adviser a "real" fiduciary? Doubtful. Find out what the investment industry would probably prefer you didn't know about your 401(k)plan.