A bipartisan retirement security bill sponsored by U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) recently passed the Senate Committee on Finance. Barrasso said more people save for retirement when their employer provides a retirement plan and right now, many employees throughout the country don’t have access to a workplace retirement plan.
Barrasso explained how the bipartisan legislation works.
Only half of small businesses with fewer than 50 employees currently provide a retirement plan for their employees. The Starter-K Act of 2022 creates starter retirement plans that streamline regulations and lower costs for small businesses and start-ups, resulting in more access to easy retirement savings. Employees of participating small businesses are automatically enrolled, meaning easier retirement savings up to $6,000 per year.
So we will be sending China another bill for this “bipartisan” socialism, john? Just retire or switch parties. You are way out of touch with your constituents, and the rest of conservatives across this country.
Please mail your SS checks to me since you won’t need them…being such a true conservative.
You should have planned out your retirement better, fred.
ROFLMAO… you Dems need to learn new talking points. Give Joe a call –he has them written on the back of a 3×5 card! How bout that surpreme court huh? upholding the constitution and all…… Great job
ROFLAMO ???? Seems to have some special meaning to you Mike. What the heck does it mean? Something VERY clever I am sure.