The Department of Labor's new fee disclosure requirements for retirement plans took effect this summer. In an effort to make investment fees easier for both plan sponsors and participants to understand, the DOL now requires that investment professionals and other service providers provide information to plan sponsors on fees charged to the plan, and that employers communicate that information to participants. The disclosures must meet specific requirements and be made at specific times. Fennemore Craig attorney Jennifer Mammano Ward discusses what employers must do to comply.   Click here to watch video podcast