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Amendments added to, then cut from the Senate tax bill having to do with 401(k)s raise the question: Are catch-up contributions used only by wealthy savers? (Photo: Shutterstock)

Do the tax-deferred extra contributions 401(k) participants make after the age of 50 amount to a tax shelter for wealthy Americans?

Nick Thornton


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