The federal Department of Labor is cracking down on 401(k) plans, and pushing for transparency, according to Investment News.

Requirements call for plan sponsors to report any indirect compensation they receive from fund companies to the federal authorities, for service providers to report to plan sponsors any indirect compensation they receive, and for plan participants to receive information about both.

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