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Most DC plan sponsors think they have created excellent plans. Consultants disagree, arguing that 401(k)s need to be run in an institutional manner—not unlike how defined benefit plans operate. This includes setting clear objectives, adopting a well-defined management structure and processes including regular review of the plan's features and investment options, funding it with a generous company match, and benchmarking the plan against comparable employers.

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