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Will Tax Reform Leave Your Retirement Income “Rothified”?

2017-08-13 10_24_12-Rolled 20 U.s Dollar Bill · Free Stock PhotoIn the wake of their failure on health care reform, Republicans in Washington are determined to pass tax reform – and as today’s article notes, “among the tax reform proposals currently being discussed is one that would convert part or all of workers’ tax-deferred 401(k) contributions to Roth 401(k) contributions, which are made after taxes have been removed.” What would this “Rothification” of retirement plans mean in practical terms for middle-income workers now and in retirement? CLICK HERE to read more.