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Automatic enrollment blossomed and more employees began to save for retirement. You’d think this would have made everyone happy. It did not. (Photo: Shutterstock)

It’s a struggle the retirement industry – from plan sponsors to service providers to regulators and public policy makers – has been trying to tackle since Ted Benna first discovered the Easter Egg Congressman Barber Conable hid under IRC Sec. 401(k) in the Revenue Act of 1978.

Christopher Carosa

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