The U.S. Department of Labor's new regulations on 401(k) fee disclosures will serve as a wake-up call to plan sponsors and participants alike, once they stop hitting the snooze alarm, that is.

Thus far, sources say that the reaction to the fee disclosures, which were to be sent to plan sponsors by July 1 and to plan participants by Aug. 30, has been a snore.

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