Many 401(k) plan sponsors have opted to periodically re-enroll all their participants into the qualified default investment alternative in their 401(k) plans — and it’s a good idea.
Doing so is an important consideration because re-enrollment benefits 401(k) plan participants as well as plan sponsors. Here are seven of those benefits.
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