Dirty Secrets the Retirement Industry Is Holding

Not Everything Is as It Seems

Imagine retiring in your 60s, relying on your employer’s 401(k), only to discover that you’re running out of money.

Not having enough money to last throughout retirement is a cold wake up call for participants who expected to live out their retirement dreams. With few available options to rectify the situation, they’re left wondering where it all went wrong.

In general, plan committees like their adviser. But, most fail to realize the hidden conflicts of interest that drive many of the recommendations their advisers make. The adviser will often put their financial incentives above the needs of the plan committee, and ultimately their plan participants.

No More Secrets

From excessive fees to bad investment lineups, the industry likes to keep many important factors in your participants’ plan hidden. As a plan fiduciary, you deserve to feel confident in the plan you offer employees. And employees deserve someone who will work to protect their retirement.

Your Success is Our Success

PCI is committed to driving the plan performance that helps your participants retire on time, with dignity. Through a series of videos, we’ll expose some of the dirtiest secrets retirement plan advisers don’t want you to know. You’ll learn to distinguish a good adviser from a self-serving adviser and recognize the excessive fees eating away at your participants’ hard-earned savings

Gain exclusive access to the industry’s dirty secrets.

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