Employers define 401(k) plans as successful, despite varying savings rates

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By Lisa Gillespie
November 10, 2011

A new survey of small and mid-sized employers finds that two out of three plan sponsors believe the current 401(k) system is effective in helping employees achieve adequate retirement savings, despite recent reports that show employees are often ill-prepared for retirement and not saving enough.

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