What fee disclosure and status changes mean for the non-fiduciary adviser

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By Marli D. Riggs
April 1, 2012

On July 1 - when fee disclosure regulations go into effect - there may be questions about advisers trying to reduce their fees. They should keep in mind that in some cases a plan sponsor's ERISA counsel may perceive that action as an admission of guilt that previous fees may have been excessive or unreasonable.

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