Don’t have a 401(k) at your job? Your state could come to the rescue
Jamie Patrick Hopkins
The unlikely superheroes in the fight to fix retirement savings may be states.
The New York Legislature recently approved a program in its 2019 budget that will create a state-run tax-advantaged retirement account for private sector workers who don’t have an employer-sponsored retirement plan available to save for their future.
Malito, Alessandra, "Don’t have a 401(k) at your job? Your state could come to the rescue" (2018). In the News. 2762.