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Clearly, the 401(k) plan doesn’t help most Americans save for retirement because “most people have nothing or very little” in their 401(k) accounts, Daniel Hemel, an assistant professor at the University of Chicago Law School, says in an interview with colleagues from our sister site, ThinkAdvisor.


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