The House Education & Labor Committee has introduced the Fair Disclosure for Retirement Security Act of 2009, which would require 401(k) plans to clearly state all fees with the aim of helping workers shop around for the best retirement options.

Current law does not require disclosure of such fees, and even when it is available, the committee noted, it is hard for investors to find.

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