The bipartisan Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act (RESA) introduced in the House of Representatives marks an important step toward helping millions of Americans achieve retirement security.
Bipartisanship in Action: Senate Finance Leaders Reach Deal to Extend Children’s Health Insurance Program
BPC President Jason Grumet’s statement regarding the bipartisan agreement to extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for five years.
New bills would advance important goals, such as protecting retirement savings, simplifying account rules, and facilitating lifetime-income options.
The proposal recognizes the complex needs of those with multiple chronic conditions and has the potential to improve health care quality and reduce costs.
The vast majority of 401(k) plan participants and their beneficiaries are on their own to make savings last throughout the remainder of their lives.
Several provisions in the proposed Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act of 2016 align with the goals and recommendations of a recent BPC report.
Two bipartisan bills have been introduced in Congress that closely align with recommendations released this week by BPC’s Senior Health and Housing Task Force.