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401(k) Plans: Greater Protections Needed for Forced Transfers and Inactive Accounts
Charles Jeszeck (au)
Millions of employees change jobs each year and some leave their savings in their former employers' 401(k) plans. If their accounts are small enough and they do not instruct the plan to do otherwise, plans can transfer their savings into an individual retirement account (IRA) without their consent. This report examined implications for 401(k) plan participants of being forced out of plans and into these IRAs. It examined: (1) what happens over time to the savings of participants forced out of their plans; (2) the challenges 401(k) plan participants face keeping track of retirement savings in general; and (3) how other countries address similar challenges of inactive accounts. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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