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The Role of Behavioral Finance in the Development and Evolution of Target Date Funds: How To Maximize Participant Outcomes
Manning & Napier Link to more items from this source
Jan. 2, 2014
"[P]lan sponsors and regulators began to understand that behavioral finance concepts influenced participant behavior that auto enrollment, qualified default investment alternatives, and target date funds began to gain traction in defined contribution plans.... While many target date fund managers, consultants, and plan sponsors are focused on detailed specifics about the glide path (e.g., debating the merits of 'to' versus 'through' glide paths, landing points, etc.) and adding increasingly complex specialty asset class exposure to their mix, ... the best way to help participants meet their retirement goals is to elevate the importance of saving."

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