If you receive notice that you’re being re-enrolled in your 401(k) plan, rest assured it’s probably a good thing.

A growing number of companies is using a so-called re-enrollment feature, which basically involves telling participants that their retirement savings are being moved into a default investment option unless they choose other funds in the plan’s lineup, or reaffirm a previous choice.

Recent survey data from investment consultancy Callan Associates of San…
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