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Schwab's CEO engages in a Q&A about how his company's deep-discount, more-advice 401(k) plan will work

It's the fees and the index approach that's important, Bettinger says -- not that Schwab plans to offer the capacity to trade

Wednesday, February 16, 2011 – 5:39 AM by Lisa Shidler
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Walt Bettinger: Let’s cut through the noise that is out there. A participant spending a career in a program offering an index oriented line up of investments will retire with $115,000 more over a similar participant using actively managed funds.

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