Federal law protects your RETIREMENT SAVINGS
You have a right under federal law to a prudently managed retirement account. Research and financial analysis by the ERISA Excessive Fee Class Action Group indicates that the Shaw Industries Plan is underperforming key benchmarks. Often, the reason a plan is underperforming is that money is siphoned out of the plan to pay excessive fees to the plan’s managers and advisors. These fees, which are often buried in the “fine print,” ultimately come out of the employees’ pockets. Federal law prohibits excessive fees and allows employees to recover the losses of their retirement savings.
The ERISA excessive fee class action group IS INVESTIGATING the Shaw Industries Plan NOW
Attorneys are currently investigating potential claims of mismanagement against the SHAW INDUSTRIES PLAN’s managers and advisors. You can help the investigation and learn more about your rights and potential claims by talking to us.
If you’d like to talk to an attorney about how you can help, please fill out the form below. Your request will be sent to the ERISA Excessive Fee Class Action Group and one of its attorneys will contact you promptly.
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