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'The estimates from the most recent surveys could easily be misconstrued as an erosion in coverage, as opposed to an issue with the data,' says EBRI’s report. (Photo: iStock)

Faulty data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau suggests fewer Americans are participating in workplace retirement plans than actually are, according to new research from the non-partisan Employee Benefits Research Institute.

Nick Thornton

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