Despite their uneasy overall feelings about the stock market, investors still believe the government should do more to encourage Americans to participate in 401(k) plans.
By Andy Stonehouse|December 12, 2012 at 06:13 AM
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Despite their best hope for a brighter future after this year’s divisive election season, American investors – working to build whatever retirement savings they can – are not particularly optimistic about the post-election economy.
At the same time, investors polled in the newest quarterly installment of the Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index say they understand how important 401(k) plans are to retirement savings and also say they believe that saving should be a national priority, with more forms of federal encouragement.
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