By the Numbers: 401(k) Assets at Record Levels'

June 2011
Best's Review;Jun2011, Vol. 112 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
Statistics are presented on the record levels of 401(k) assets at the end of 2010 including the 3.075 trillion dollars assets, the 13% increase in assets, and the 536,000 number of plans in 2010.


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