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Today’s bonus tracks: Demanding choice on 401(k) plans

Sure, instituting automatic enrollment in 401(k) plans encourages saving, says Dartmouth professor Punam Anand Keller, but it also reduces an employee’s incentive to become engaged in their own retirement planning. If your company told you how much to invest and where to allocate the money, would you second guess them? Would putting the nest egg on autopilot reduce your involvement in your own financial planning? Check out this Q-and-A with Keller and other nifty links that didn’t quite make the cut for today’s edition of SmartBrief on Workforce.