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Retirement Savings Plans

How Much Is Saved in 401(k)s

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Increasingly, retirement savings plans have become the way American workers accumulate the money they will need to supplement their Social Security payments in retirement. The most common retirement savings plan is the 401(k). 401(k)s are offered by employers, but it is typically up to the employee to decide whether to participate and how much to contribute. Many employers also contribute, but are usually not required to do so.

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Companies That Have Changed or Temporarily Suspended Their 401(k) Matching Contributions

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Below is a list of employers that have announced plans to reduce or suspend matching contributions to their employees' 401(k) and other defined contribution plan accounts since June 2008. For details on each company's decision, click the employer's name to see the company's press release or news story announcing the change.

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A New Type of Savings Plan: The Roth 401(k)

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What is the Roth 401(k)?

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