A new report from the non-partisan Employee Benefit Research Institutesuggests new census data on plan participation may beinaccurate.

According to the report, estimates from the new and redesignedCurrent Population Survey (CPS) by the U.S. Census Bureau show adrop in the percentage of Americans who participate in a workplace retirementplan.

But those data conflict with information collected from planadministrators, which indicate an increase in participation.

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