Government involvement in American workers’ retirement planning futures is proving to be a double-edged sword for advisers serving the market.

But in the case of a number of states now actively pursuing their own individual retirement systems to help supplement the 401(k) industry, the additional support could be a much-welcome incentive, particularly for smaller employers.

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