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Why Not a Minimum Pension?
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[Opinion]
Sept. 17, 2014
"Not enough American workers are contributing to a retirement account. To address this gap in retirement savings, we propose a minimum pension law -- a requirement that employers contribute a minimum of 50 cents per hour worked, for every worker, into a retirement plan. A minimum pension would provide all workers with the opportunity to create their own personal wealth -- providing for a more secure retirement and a reduction of the current wealth disparity in our country. With improved access to simple investment vehicles and tax breaks that aid small businesses, employers would largely benefit too."

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