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man thinking One study found that those who make bad retirement savings decisions do so because they’re financially illiterate, not because the information provided them is too complex. (Photo: Shutterstock)

This is one time where KISS (keep it simple, stupid) isn’t the answer, according to a new study from Texas Tech University.

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Caroline Marwitz

Caroline Marwitz is the digital managing editor at BenefitsPro. Follow her on Twitter @BPro401kNews, and discuss the benefits/retirement planning industry at the BenefitsPro LinkedIn group or at the BenefitsPRO LinkedIn page.

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