Edwin Johnson, ‘Godfather’ of 401(k) Retirement Plan, Dies at 82Laurence Arnold and Margaret Collins
Edwin T. Johnson, who led the employee-benefits consulting firm often credited with creating the first 401(k) plan, the workplace-based savings program that today accounts for $3.4 trillion in retirement savings, has died. He was 82.
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