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1The results for the American Funds are Class A shares. The 401(k) hypothetical $500-a-month investment represents a total of $120,000 for the 20-year period ended December 31, 2015. Data from published sources were calculated internally. For the constituents of the American Funds and index blend, as well as additional details about the data, see
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