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The 401(k) Millionaire: A Ridiculous Idea?

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Sat, 11 Apr 2015

Unconvinced Last month, Fortune ’s Stephen Gandel took Fidelity to the woodshed . The company has been touting its growing number of 401(k) millionaires--72,000 at last count. "You don’t have to be making a million to save a million," the company chirps in "Five habits of 401(k) millionaires." Inde

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