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Suggesting rates between seven and 10 percent did not result in lower enrollment when compared to a six percent control rate. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A retirement crisis that sees most Americans poorly, if at all, financially prepared to leave the workplace could see improvement if default savings rates were pushed higher — not just a little, but a lot higher.

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