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Saver's Credit for Moderate-Income Families Would Fade Away under House-Passed Pension Bill
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Link to more items from this source
Mar. 6, 2006
Excerpt: Pension legislation passed by the House and now heading to conference would permanently extend the saver's credit -- the only retirement tax cut enacted in 2001 aimed at people with incomes under $50,000 -- but in such a way that this saving incentive would be sharply scaled back over time and eventually would disappear altogether.

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