How a "Set It And Forget It" Strategy Can Hurt Long-Term Returns
A “Set it and forget it” strategy to managing your 401(k) has the potential to miss opportunities, costing you and your employees significant returns. As the world changes, so should your funds. A fund may have seemed like the right one based on its track record when it was chosen. But because performance, strategies, managers and fees change regularly, the best fund today may not be the best fund tomorrow.
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