Although the Department of Labor hasn’t issued guidance yet on what acceptable default options should be in 401(k) plans, many sponsors are embracing target-date and target-risk funds, Dow Jones reports.

Last month, the DOL submitted its suggested list to the Office of Management and Budget, but it hasn’t given any hint of what the list contains or when the guidance will be issued.

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