Target-date funds became the leading default investment option for auto-enrolled retirement plans for a reason: The simplicity of an age-appropriate, asset allocation strategy that grew more conservative as plan participants edged closer to retirement age.

It was a savings vehicle seemingly on auto-pilot that producers could recommend with confidence.

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