That's about to change with your next 401(k) statement.
Now new rules require plans to give you a lot more information, including badly needed disclosures about how much you're really paying to sock away money for retirement.
1. How much you pay to invest.
Until now, you've often had to dig deep in order to find any information about the investment options you have within your 401(k). But the new rules make it much easier, requiring disclosure of total annual operating expenses, both in percentage terms and in raw dollars and cents for every $1,000 you have invested in your account.