Private Sector Workers With No Retirement Plan

A bill established a "Connecticut Retirement Security Board" that is charged with developing a proposal for a state retirement plan that would allow private-sector employees who do not receive benefits from a public pension or private employer-sponsored 401(k) to open savings accounts.

( May 9, 2014 )

A bill established a "Connecticut Retirement Security Board" that is charged with developing a proposal for a state retirement plan that would allow private-sector employees who do not receive benefits from a public pension or private employer-sponsored 401(k) to open savings accounts.

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