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Reforming Roth Provisions May Be Key to Improving Retirement Saving Rates for Millennials
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Nov. 20, 2014
"[The author proposes] the following two changes to the Roth provision, effective for all 401k plans: [1] Roth accounts should be required for all sponsors offering a 401k plan.... [2] Roth contributions should be tax deductible up to a $10,000 per year limit, and a lifetime limit of $100,000.... Younger workers would benefit the most, as they would have the longest investment horizon. With these changes, the new objective in retirement saving would be maxing out the $100K as soon as possible in an employee's working life."

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