With many investors embracing target-date mutual funds, Americans are now on the right track with retirement savings, according to a Vanguard study.

The study examined records for more than 3.2 million participants in the mutual fund giant's defined contribution plans to see how their portfolios performed last year. It found that 16% of savers were enrolled in a single target-date fund.

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