401(k) Scrutiny: What Employees Need to Examine During Open Enrollment
Jamie Patrick Hopkins
The open enrollment period for company 401(k) plans give employees a chance to assess the amount of their current contribution, rebalance their portfolios or choose other investments for their retirement funds.
Being static is lazy and can prove costly; taking the opportunity to scrutinize your current 401(k) plan is not a significant time investment but can prove a significant effect on your future.
Chang, Ellen, "401(k) Scrutiny: What Employees Need to Examine During Open Enrollment" (2015). In the News. 711.