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In a December 2009 report, the Urban Institute tried to determine how automatic enrollment would affect employer contributions to 401(k)s. They found that companies with automatic enrollment have an average match rate that is 7 percentage points lower than companies without automatic enrollment. The authors suggest a negative relationship between auto-enrollment and match rates.

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