NEW YORK | Wed., Mar. 28, 2012 9:38am EDT (Reuters) - Companies that serve 401(k) plans are asking the Department of Labor to reconsider its stance on mailed notification, so that they can save costs by using email instead of regular mail to send information to plan participants.
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