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Why your 401(k) isn't likely to offer a 'longevity annuity' Many employer-sponsored 401(k) plans are unlikely to include longevity annuities, even though the federal rules now allow the plans to offer such financial options, according to a survey. The fiduciary responsibility of selecting annuity options from hundreds of products that insurers offer poses a big concern among employers. Companies are also worried about the administrative complications that may arise from the plan's decision to get new record keepers, or the worker's transfer to a new employer.  --MSN Money

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