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401(k) contributions a victim of pandemic at some companies (access required)

Many companies have stopped contributing to their employees’ 401(k) accounts — at least temporarily — to cut costs, and more could look at the option before the end of the year if the economy continues to struggle, area experts say. The move is likely to impact workers’ retirement plans but may be necessary as companies face ...

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