Companies Slammed by Coronavirus Look to Cut Contributions to their Employees' 401(k)s

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Jay Dorsch was quoted in USA Today discussing the impact of employee benefits with the COVID-19 pandemic. Companies rattled by the spreading coronavirus pandemic are considering all options to stay afloat, including amending their promises to employees. Scaling back on 401(k) contributions "has come up numerous times recently as a result of what's happening to the economy," said Jay. 

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