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The age and tenure of 401(k) participants who contributed to the same plan over an eight-year period had a significant impact on their account balance over time, according to an analysis conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute. The longitudinal analysis, which studied 401(k) participants who were consistent contributors to a plan from 2010-2018, highlights the 'accumulation effect' of ongoing 401(k) participation.

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