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401(K) Plans: Clearer Regulations Could Hep Plan Sponsors Choose Investments for Participants
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Charles Jeszeck (au)
Employers who sponsor 401(k) plans report using a range of default investment types to automatically enroll employees in their plans based on each typeńˇ╗s design and other attributes. The Department of Labor (DOL) created a regulatory ńˇýsafe harborńˇŁ in 2007 to limit plan sponsor liability for investing contributions on behalf of employees into default investments when employees do not otherwise make a selection. In addition, DOL identified three default investments that, if selected by sponsors, would qualify a plan for safe harbor protection. This report examines: (1) which options plan sponsors selected as default investments and why; (2) how plan sponsors monitor their default investment selections; and (3) what challenges, if any, plan sponsors report facing when adopting a default investment for their plan. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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