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Critical Mass: Defined Contribution Can Transcend State of Crisis
AllianceBernstein Link to more items from this source
Apr. 9, 2014
"[J]ust a few key variables drive a DC plan participant's ability to achieve a comfortable retirement: the asset-allocation mix of the glide path, the savings rate before retirement, the spending rate after retirement, and age at retirement. When plan sponsors and participants make relatively small changes at the same time to the settings of these variables, retirement outcomes can improve dramatically. But under current capital-market conditions, without altering these variables, participants are losing ground -- fast."

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