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Short of reviving the heyday of defined benefit pension plans, automatic enrollment in defined contribution plans has been considered the best hope for addressing America’s retirement crisis. By default, sponsors automatically deduct a specified amount from employees’ paychecks and allow them to opt out they wish. But how high should that deduction be? At what threshold do employees exercise their option to quit the plan?

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