Today's 401(k) retirement savings plans typically leave participants without any help in turning the funds accumulated into retirement income, but a study by the Stanford Center on Longevity and the Society of Actuaries offers some proposals for remedying that problem. Employers and plan sponsors should view 401(k) plans as a way to help workers before and during retirement, not just as a savings vehicle, the study suggests.

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