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James Klein of American Benefits councilAs politicians search for a way to avoid the fiscal cliff, the tax benefits awarded to defined-contribution retirement plans such as 401(k)s look like a tempting source of new revenue. But a recent survey shows changes in the tax treatment of 401(k) plans could discourage employees from saving and lead some companies to discontinue plans.

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