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When Congress passed The Revenue Act of 1978, which included a provision that became Internal Revenue Code Sec. 401(k), the U.S. government officially sanctioned tax-deferred salary reductions for contributions to retirement plans.(Photo: AP)

When Congress passed The Revenue Act of 1978, which included a provision that became Internal Revenue Code Sec. 401(k), the U.S. government officially sanctioned tax-deferred salary reductions for contributions to retirement plans.

Nick Thornton

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