The opinions of 1,396 active participants in 401(k), 403(b) and stock purchase plans were the basis for the report, “Helping participants make better financial decisions.”

The good news: 70% of survey respondents say they want to “thrive” in retirement, not merely eke out a humble existence. That sets the stage for survey findings indicating that participants are eager for certain information -- and frustrated by some plan sponsor practices that slow them down. 

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