July 26, 2019
Lift Retirement: News & Information For Employers
- Automatic Features to Help Boost Participation & Savings Rates
- Our 401(k) Investments are on the Watchlist. Now What?
- Lawsuits Over the Years and What it Means for Plan Sponsors
The use of auto features in 401(k) plans has continued to climb in popularity over the past decade. In fact, auto features such as automatic enrollment and auto escalation are considered best practices in 401(k) plan design as ways to help boost participation and employee savings rates.
Many large 401(k) retirement plans offer auto features. However, small business plan sponsors have been slower to adopt them as part of their 401(k) plan design. If your company’s 401(k) plan design doesn’t currently include auto features, and/or if you’re thinking about implementing them, then keep reading.
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