Many people work for employers who offer a less-than-desirable 401(k) plan. Unfortunately, many 401(k) plans offer only a limited number of investment options, which prevents plan participants from diversifying their retirement account. Additionally, a 401(k) may offer only investments with average to poor performance track records. Finally, some 401(k) plans only offer investment options with high annual expenses. Are employees of companies offering inferior plans simply out of luck?
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