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Fixing the 401(k): What Fiduciaries Must Know (and Do) to Help Employees Retire Successfully Paperback – August 15, 2008
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Before reading this book, I picked up a copy of "The Smartest 401(k) Book You'll Ever Read..." by Daniel Sorin, and I found this book to be much better suited to the task. The one thing, "Fixing the 401(k)" covers that the other does not is the liability involved in being a fiduciary. However, if you are a fiduciary, chances are you don't need this book, and if you do, I would suggest a different profession.
All in all, if you are looking to learn more about the 401(k) industry and how to help retirement plans succeed, there are much better options out there.
Competing books aimed at this topic can leave one's head reeling. In contrast, "Fixing the 401(k)" sensitively speaks to its readers' need, producing the opposite of head-swirling. It's a useful, helpful guide that effectively makes its important points in a manner that enables its readers to know what they must do next.