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Since 2000, there’ve been at least five academic studies in behavioral finance that prove giving 401(k) plan participants too many choices leads to bad outcomes. Too much choice can both “demotivate” them and lead them to make poorer long-term investment decisions. In fact, a study released late last year concluded “we find that larger menus are objectively worse than smaller menus.”

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