A busy week for federal recognition of problems with America's retirement system has brought another proposal, pushing for retirement plan-friendly changes to the tax code.

Brian H. Graff, CEO and executive director of ASPPA, weighed in with the organization's support for the so-called "Sense of the Congress" resolution filed Thursday by Congressmen Jim Gerlach (R-Pa.) and Richard E. Neal (D-Mass.).

"ASPPA applauds the more than 100 Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle who have voiced their support for the employer-based retirement system by co-sponsoring the 'Sense of the Congress'  Congressmen Gerlach and Neal filed today," Graff said, in a statement. "The resolution recognizes that current tax incentives for retirement savings have been successful at helping American workers save for a financially secure retirement, and that retirement savings tax incentives should play an important role in any reformed tax code.

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