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Bipartisan talks underway on Retirement 2.0 savings package

A bipartisan discussion has begun centered on House Ways and Means Chairman Richard E. Neal’s proposal to require businesses with at least 10 employees to offer retirement plans and automatically funnel a portion of their worker’s pay into savings.  Analysts say most workers who don’t have access to workplace plans work for smaller firms so this requirement will fill the gap and cut the size of the workforce that currently doesn’t have employer-sponsored plans in half. Read article here…

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