Retirement plan participants have suffered in numerous ways in the switch from defined benefit plans to defined contribution plans—and one of those ways is not understanding how their DC plan balance translates into retirement income.

But they're far more concerned with the performance of their plan investments than with how much that will amount to once they're retired.

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