Employees who earn less than $150,000 benefit the most from taxincentives they receive by putting money away in theiremployer-sponsored retirement plans.

Plan sponsors also receive a small benefit from the taxincentives, so why eliminate tax incentives as part of taxreform?

Those were the two big points made by Brian Graff,executive director and CEO of the American Society of PensionProfessionals & Actuaries, in a letter to the House Waysand Means Committee's Pensions and Retirement Tax Reform WorkingGroup.

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