A significant number of investors in retirement are planning to increase their contributions to their 401(k) plans and become more aggressive in their allocations in 2001, according to a recent survey by Fidelity Investments of Boston.

Forty-one percent of 401(k) investors who participated in the survey, conducted in November, said they plan to increase the amount they will contribute to their 401(k) plan in 2001. In a similar survey conducted in March 1999 by Fidelity, 35 percent of 401(k) investors said they were planning to increase their contribution amounts.

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