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|Distributional Effects of Defined Contribution Plans and Individual Retirement Arrangements|
July 13, 2004
By Leonard E. Burman, William G. Gale, Matthew Hall and Peter Orszag. Excerpt: We find that about 70 percent of tax benefits from new contributions to defined contribution (DC) plans accrue to the highest-income 20 percent of tax filing units in 2004, and more than half go to the top 10 percent.
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