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Ten years is a long time—and in the decade since the passage of the Pension Protection Act, defined-contribution plans have changed substantially in structure even as the part they play in Americans’ retirement has also changed—from a supporting role to the main act.

Now that DC plans have stepped up from being a supplemental savings vehicle to being the primary retirement savings vehicle many employees rely on, a Willis Towers Watson paper has analyzed DC plans with an eye toward seeing how well they have done at keeping up with the transformation.

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