Five major mutual fund groups have signed up to offer some of their funds to 401(k) plan participants through GoldK, the one-year-old Internet 401(k) plan service company of Waltham, Mass.

American Century of Kansas City, Mo., Federated Investors of Pittsburgh, Fidelity Investments of Boston, Franklin Templeton of San Mateo, Calif. and Janus Capital of Denver have signed up with GoldK, according to GoldK. Several more mutual fund companies are expected to sign up within the next few weeks, said Troy Shaver, vice chairman of GoldK since April. Shaver was previously president and CEO of State Street Investment Research of Boston.

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