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The Securing a Strong Retirement Act, or Secure Act 2.0, stalled last year, but stands to get a new life in 2022. The bipartisan bill to make it easier for Americans to save in retirement plans has very strong support on both sides of the aisle, and industry watchers are optimistic that its major provisions will get passed, either as a stand-alone bill or part of broader legislation.

Denny Artache, president and CEO of Artache Financial Group in Jupiter, Florida shares what lawmakers want to do – and what employers can do outside of legislation to help their workers save more for their retirement.

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