Retirement savings account

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A retirement savings account is a type of retirement plan account that is envisioned to replace all three different types of individual retirement accounts that are currently used in the United States: traditional IRA, Roth IRA and Simple IRA.[1] Contributions would be made on an after-tax basis.[2] This is a major part of what the George W. Bush Administration's called the ownership society.

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