Professional Investment Help Results in Higher 401(k) Returns

April 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2010, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p17
Academic Journal
The article presents the result of the survey conducted by Hewitt Associates and Financial Engines in the U.S. that employees who use the 401-k financial guidance resources offered by their employers have a median annual return of 1.86 percent higher than those who do not.


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