Year-end 401(k) match poses investor risks, Mass. regulator says

02/25/2014 | ThinkAdvisor

Some companies have started matching 401(k) contributions in a lump sum at the end of the year in an effort to save money. The top securities regulator in Massachusetts is looking into this practice to determine how many companies have made the switch. Secretary William Galvin says the companies should disclose the risks to employees, including the potential for missing out on the match and investing the sum in a declining market.

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