Diane Oakley talked about how the federally backed “starter” retirement savings programs, announced by President Obama during… read more
Diane Oakley talked about how the federally backed “starter” retirement savings programs, announced by President Obama during his State of the Union address, will be structured and the pros and cons of the President’s proposal. To encourage retirement savings, the “MyRA” accounts would allow people who are just starting to save for retirement to regularly purchase Treasury bonds. close
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