How much are 401(k) fees costing you?

Find out if your employer's 401(k) plan will cost you tens of thousands of dollars in fees and lost earnings by the time you retire.

The calculator assumes 3% annual salary growth, a 10% annual investment, a 4.1% inflation-adjusted annual return on investment and a retirement age of 65. Fees are based on the average expense ratio of all plan options offered by an individual employer.
Data from FutureAdvisor. Data is based on government filings and plan documents from 2010 to present. See detailed analysis for each plan here. Questions? E-mail us.