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Saving For Retirement

What is a participant-directed 401(k) plan?

If an employer-sponsored plan is participant-directed, it means that the employee can choose from a variety of stocks, mutual funds, and bond funds, as well as the company’s own stock (if the company is publicly traded), and invest a sum of money before taxes each pay period.



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