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Lawmakers are reportedly considering moving all or some portion of the defined contribution market to a Roth, or after-tax model, but many fear the effect it may have on retirement savings rates. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As the Trump administration and lawmakers consider amending the treatment of qualified retirement savings contributions to fund tax reform, they will have to reckon the impact that would have on savings rates.

Nick Thornton


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