Washington (Oct. 1, 2002) -- The mutual fund industry Monday urged Congress to get to work on passing bipartisan reform of 401(k) plans that gives taxpayers greater flexibility to diversify, and offers them more education and advice.
The Investment Company Institute, the trade organization for U.S. mutual funds, said legislators are in a unique position to help reform and revitalize such retirement savings plans.
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