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The K-Plan for the Lazy Man
The Washington Post; subscription may be requiredLink to more items from this source
Feb. 14, 2005
Excerpt: There is much evidence that 401(k) plans will work for workers who invest wisely, faithfully, and over many years. But there is also much evidence that many workers don't. Automatic enrollment for new workers, which the Internal Revenue Service recently endorsed, can help with the time element. And advisers like Financial Engines may be able to help with the wisdom part.

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