Ten years ago, the US Treasury Department first announced that automatic saving mechanisms (such as "opt out" 401(k) plans) were legal. In the ensuing decade, the structure of 401(k) plans has shifted dramatically to embrace automatic features. The conference highlighted the implications of these changes for American workers and companies and the prospects for the future, through presentations and discussions with leading practitioners, policy makers and researchers.
Speakers and panelists took audience questions.
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