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The Employee Benefits Research Institute (EBRI) has added yet another study to a growing body of research supporting the substantial retirement savings public policy benefits of auto-portability.
EBRI Issue Brief no. 473, by research director Jack VanDerhei, Ph.D., compared the outcomes of participants in 401(k) defined contribution plans with auto-enrollment against defined benefit (DB) plans.
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