Published since 1995, the 401k Averages Book is the oldest, most recognized source for non-biased, comparative 401(k) average cost information. It is designed to provide financial services professionals and plan sponsors with essential comparative cost information needed to determine if their plan costs are above or below average. The easy to read format allows users to quickly identify the appropriate average and compare investment, recordkeeping, trustee and total plan costs.
The 401k Averages Book is edited by David W. Huntley and Joseph W. Valletta. Messrs. Huntley and Valletta’s ideas and comments have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Business Week, Money, INC., SmartMoney, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Pensions & Investments, Employee Benefit News, Institutional Investor, Kiplinger’s, Controller, CFO, and IOMA’s Managing 401(k) Plans.