Does anybody know where I can get info?Work for small company... the company has manulife managing the 401K employee investments.Manulife buys existing mutuals funds like TRowePrice, Fidelity, etc..Then manulife re-names the fund w/their name and tracks a NAV which is based on their fees etc..They provide quarterly ROI's on individuals account selection w/contributions.QuestionsThe manulife sales rep will be stopping by for questions... Several of us at the office expect the question/answer will be extremely basic, geared for the non-investor.What are some good questions to ask?I have noticed they actually remove shares periodically from my account. This is much different from other mutuals I've owned.Also, I am in a position to change our 401K management Co. Does anyone recommend a better management team?I am a full Fool believer and do not advocate mutual fund purchases, but this is for my work retirement plan. Besides, we all like the company match.HBDon
<<I have noticed they actually remove shares periodically from my account. This is much different from other mutuals I've owned.>>It sounds like the participants are paying the administrative fees (not to be confused with the investment fees) of the 401(k) plan.This is not unusual, but it is also possible for those fees to be paid by the company. Be forewarned, they may be having you pay the administrative fees so they can afford the match.
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