The U.S. Department of Labor's Employee Benefits Security Administration on Monday proposed disclosures on target-date funds offered in 401(k) plans.

Sponsors would have to disclose the fund's asset allocation; how that allocation changes over time, with a graphic illustration; the significance of the investment's target date; and a statement that the investment has the risk of losing money, even close to retirement.

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