Broken Piggy Bank: 'Leaky' 401(k)s Worry Congress

Americans in record numbers are raiding their 401(k)s, depleting their retirement savings to compensate for paychecks and mortgage equity lost to the recession. As employers and savings plan providers struggle to stem the outflow of money, two senators have introduced legislation that would make it both harder for employees to dip into company-sponsored retirement savings and easier to repay their borrowings. The SEAL Act (Savings Enhancement by Alleviating leakage in 401(k) Savings)...Full Story
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