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The Logic Behind Obama's New 'Starter Savings Account'
The Washington Post; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
Jan. 29, 2014
"The MyRA option ... sounds a little similar to the health-care law, in that the goal is to encourage participation at the lower end of the market -- especially part-time workers, only 37 percent of whom have access to a retirement savings plan, and those working for small employers, where the number is 49 percent. Unlike the health-care law, it's entirely voluntary and doesn't depend on broad participation in order to create market power that could bring down costs."

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