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401(k) Plans are Still Coming Up Short (PDF)
Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Link to more items from this source
Mar. 9, 2006
10 pages. Excerpt: The release of the Federal Reserve's 2004 Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF) is a wonderful opportunity to re-assess the role that 401(k) plans are playing in the provision of retirement income. .... The 2001 survey showed that 401(k) accumulations were coming up short. The 2004 survey shows some progress but most of the problems persist.

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