The majority of 401(k) investors are reluctant to review or actively manage their plan, a survey of 1,000 people by AllianceBernstein found.

Sixty-one percent identified themselves as “accidental investors,” meaning they lack confidence in managing their investments, don’t enjoy it and give them minimal attention.

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