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Sen. Rubio's Federal Thrift Savings Plan Proposal for the Uncovered
October Three Consulting Link to more items from this source
July 21, 2014
"A federal retirement savings alternative may be attractive to some employers who currently maintain 401(k) plans. If it becomes popular -- if a lot of Americans begin using the TSP as their preferred retirement savings vehicle -- it may put pressure on companies that sponsor their own 401(k) to conform to the TSP's low-cost, passive investment style. If the TSP begins to attract really significant amounts of money, it will have an effect on the market as a whole, raising issues about government management of capital and capital formation."

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