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Auto Enrollment: Two Sides to Every Coin
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Apr. 30, 2014

"The two most common failures for auto enrollment plans are: [1] failure to notify employees of the plan provision, and [2] failure to enact the auto enrollment and withhold deferrals on a timely basis, or at all. These failures nearly always result from bad data -- incorrect date of hire on a payroll file, for example, a miscoded rehire, or a keying error when entering deferral changes into a payroll system. The possibilities are numerous and the corrections can be costly."

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