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Both employers and employees have serious concerns about their company-sponsored retirement plans, a new study has found. However, the two groups both say they don’t expect changes in 401(k) contributions, the survey showed.

The State of the Industry survey was conducted by Ubiquity, a financial technology firm that serves small business owners. Ubiquity polled more than 1,000 clients across the country at the end of 2022, and found plenty of concern about inflation, a possible recession, and whether employees are saving enough money for retirement.

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