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Employer-Sponsored 401(k) Plans Would Drop ‘Significantly’ if Tax Treatment Curtailed: Study

Advisor One

Tue, 11 Dec 2012

A new report has found that curtailing the current U.S. tax treatment of contributions that workers and their employers make to 401(k) plans will “significantly reduce” employers’ willingness to sponsor plans.

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