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President Attacks Tax Incentives for Retirement
National Association of Plan Advisors [NAPA] Link to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Jan. 29, 2014
"[From a statement by ASPPA CEO Brian Graff:] 'The president said the tax incentives for 401(k) plans primarily benefit those with higher incomes. In fact, 80% of 401(k) plan participants are middle class Americans making less than $100,000. The president said the tax incentives for retirement savings are 'upside down' -- meaning they mostly go to the wealthy. In reality, households making more than $200,000 only get 17% of the tax benefits from 401(k) plans, while middle income households enjoy the majority of such tax benefits.'"

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