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Most DC plan participants receive matching contributions

Only 72 percent of women contribute enough to receive the full employer match, compared with 82 percent of men.
Only 72 percent of women contribute enough to receive the full employer match, compared with 82 percent of men.

More than three-quarter of Americans who contribute to an employer-sponsored retirement plan receive matching contributions from their company, new research shows.

TIAA-CREF releases this finding in a new survey of conducted on behalf of TIAA-CREF by an independent research firm. The survey polled a random sample of more than 1,000 adults nationwide on their retirement plans.

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