Retirement specialists say that the Bush Administration is planning several changes to strengthen the 401(k) system for workers looking to save for retirement, according to Defined Contribution News.

Although administration officials are keeping it under wraps, some of the proposed changes include automatic enrollment, contribution increases tied to wage hikes, new default options to boost asset growth and increased disclosure on mutual fund costs borne by plans.

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