The 10% solution

Hofman, Mike
March 1999
Inc.;Mar99, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p90
Advice employers to matchup 10 percent of employees' total compensation in their 401(k) retirement accounts. Suggestion from Anthony Waldera, chief executive officer of Colorbrite Inc.; Costs for the company; Comments from Dan Maul of Retirement Planning Associates, on the proposal.


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