New rules approved Wednesday by the Internal Revenue Service require 401(k) providers to offer participants at least three investment alternatives to company stock, which experts say most plan providers do anyway.
Many publicly owned companies offer employees the option of investing in company stock, often at much lower prices than other investment options, but experts say concentrating too much in one area can be risky, especially if the company has financial troubles.
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