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If the trend of outflows is to be slowed, or reversed, more boomers will have to leave assets in 401(k)s when they retire. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Outflows from 401(k)s are outpacing new money coming into workplace retirement savings plans, a trend that is likely to continue as more baby boomers retire, according to new research from Cerulli Associates.

Nick Thornton


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