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12/11/2012 – Employer-Sponsored 401(k) Plans Would Drop ‘Significantly’ if Tax Treatment Curtailed: Study (Advisor One)
A new report by the American Benefits Institute and Mathew Greenwald & Associates has found that curtailing the current tax treatment of contributions that workers and their employers make to 401(k) plans will “significantly reduce” employers’ willingness to sponsor plans. The survey comes after 11 senators signed onto a resolution calling for the protection of retirement benefits in the tax code in any deal to avoid the fiscal cliff.
Read the full article at Advisor One.