Bloomberg Law
April 7, 2022, 9:30 AM

Rainy-Day Proposal Omission Reignites Retirement Link Debate

Austin R. Ramsey
Austin R. Ramsey

Easy and early access to retirement funds is at the center of a simmering debate that was rekindled when key emergency savings proposals were left out of bipartisan legislation that recently passed the House by an overwhelming majority.

The House passed the SECURE Act 2.0 (H.R. 2954) 414-5 late last month, setting the stage for the Senate to take up the bill. The measure would require retirement plan sponsors to automatically enroll participants and boost the age participants are required to withdraw their savings.

But absent from the House version of the package were any proposals to improve ...

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