How to Fix a Retirement Plan at a School or Nonprofit
Source: The New York Times

If you work for a school or nonprofit of any sort, there is a decent chance that your workplace retirement savings plan is not as good as it could be — if you are lucky enough to have one at all.

While employees of universities and big hospitals often have reasonably attractive plans, public schoolteachers, charity workers and many employees of religious organizations who examine their retirement accounts frequently find that the investment choices are mediocre and the fees are too high.

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