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PA Legislators move bills on public retirement and financial literacy

By Jan T. Hartman on 5/4/23 2:16 PM

The Pennsylvania House Commerce Committee reported out the "Keystone Saves" bill, HB 577, by a 12-9 vote this week. The bill would establish an automatic payroll deduction IRA, administered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through payroll deductions by employers. NAIFA-PA has been working to defeat the bill, with State President Tracy Russo-Keesey, writing to committee members asking them to consider improvements to  retirement options made by the U.S. Congress in the SECURE 2.0 Act and pointing out the questionable track record of other states in offering similar programs. NAIFA-PA will continue to work against the legislation, which may be considered by the full house as early as the week of May 22.

Topics: Advocacy Legislation & Regulations