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PRC The Role of 401(k) Accumulations in Providing Future Retirement Income (PDF)
Pension Research CouncilLink to more items from this source
Aug. 11, 2005

27 pages. Excerpt: Defined contribution (DC) plans are increasingly being offered as the primary employer-sponsored pension, so it is of interest to ask whether DC accumulations are likely to yield sufficient income in retirement. This chapter uses the EBRI/ICI 401(k) Accumulation Projection Model to explore alternative future scenarios for retirees having had 401(k) plans available over a full working career. [WP2005-09]

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