Poll results: How significant would a cut of retirement plan tax incentives have on savings?
By Matthew Wurtzel | December 10, 2012 3:33 pm
Eighty-three percent of Pensions & Investments readers believe a cut of retirement plan tax incentives would have a negative impact on retirement savings.
About 16% believe such a cut will have little impact, and 1% believe it would have no impact on retirement savings.
As Congress and President Barack Obama grapple with resolving the nation's fiscal issues, one possible solution is cutting retirement plan tax incentives. The idea is part of the Simpson-Bowles plan, which is gaining popularity in Washington, as the looming fiscal cliff deadline approaches.