401(k) plans need work, but are far from ‘failed experiment’

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By Andrea Davis
March 6, 2013

At least one expert at a panel at this week’s ASPPA 401(k) Summit in Las Vegas said the plans work well for people who can afford to contribute large amounts and who don’t withdraw the money, but acknowledged they do little for low- to moderate-income workers.

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