Lawmakers in the House and Senate last week reviewed two 401(k) reform bills that now include provisions designed to make it easier for investors to get advice about their retirement plans.

Since the financial collapse of Enron, in which many of the company's employees lost millions in retirement plans that were weighted heavily in the energy trader's stock, lawmakers have been scrambling to reform the 401(k) system.

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