Fidelity Investments expects more gains in sales of its 401(k)s through third-party financial advisers to small and midsize companies — and it will reduce fees to capture additional share.

In August the Boston company plans to switch its Advisor 401(k) platform to a system where the adviser receives a flat fee from Fidelity instead of several different fees in the form of 12b-1 fees.

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