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SECURE Act 2.0: Next steps for retirement reform

"The retirement crisis in America is real, and will only get worse without easier pathways to saving and encouraging workers to start planning for retirement earlier in life." 1

TIAA commends the U.S. House passage of the SECURE Act 2.0 to further improve and modernize the retirement system.
Learn about the proposed legislation as it builds on the framework of the SECURE Act to address financial security in retirement.

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1 Joint statementOpens in a new window by Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, D-Mass, and Ranking Member Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Tex. May 2021.

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