Too many 401(k) plans have sprung a leak.

That’s the verdict of a new paper issued by the Center for Retirement Research (CRR) on “plan leakage,” defined as “any type of pre-retirement withdrawal that permanently removes money from retirement savings accounts.” It calls for plan sponsors to emphasize the importance of 401(k)s as do-not-touch savings vehicles, despite employees’ many pressing financial needs.

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