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Is It Too Risky Not to Be in an ESOP?
National Center for Employee Ownership [NCEO]Link to more items from this source
Apr. 4, 2015
"If you are a typical 401(k) participant, and you do choose to participate, your employer contribution to the plan will average about 3% to 4% of pay per year.... Now imagine instead you go to work for an ESOP company.... You will be slightly more likely to be offered a secondary retirement plan, usually a 401(k) plan, than employees in non-ESOP companies will be offered any kind of plan.... You will almost always not need to contribute anything to get a company contribution... The company contribution will average about twice what the average company contributed to a 401(k) plan."

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