Connecticut lawmakers are considering a new plan to offer individual retirement accounts to private sector employees in a need of future retirement assistance.

The Connecticut General Assembly’s Labor and Public Employees Committee is set to consider the legislative proposal to create a state-administered retirement savings plan for low-income private sector workers through payroll deductions. Senate Bill 249 was first introduced on Feb. 21. 

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