Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.), fighting back against what he calls "an active campaign that is blatantly misrepresenting Democratic efforts to preserve and strengthen Americans´ retirement security," on Friday issued a press release to tell his side of the story.
Despite news reports to the contrary, "I do not support `abolishing´ 401(k)s, moving these plans, or changing their tax status, plain and simple," Miller said. Rather, he outlined five points to make 401(k)s more accessible and profitable for workers.
The December EBN outlines the controversial proposal that emerged at a hearing Miller last month, and the January will explore who proposed what when, and where the issue stands now.
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