The next few days, if not months, will no doubt see a great deal of debate about the details of President Obama’s tax code and retirement reforms. But Americans appear univocal on at least one thing when it comes to retirement: tax incentives that promote retirement savings work and need to be left alone.

This is according to a survey by the Investment Company Institute which found that a majority of U.S. households are opposed to reducing or removing tax incentives that encourage putting money into defined contribution plans. The study found this to be true of households both with and without existing retirement plans.

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