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I have heard that there have been past movements in Congress to change the rules on 401(k) programs. Basically, there would be a one time 15% tax on all existing money in the plans, and then all money from that point contributed would be taxed. Has anyone heard anything similar, or has anyone thought about such a scenario? If that were to happen, then 401(k) programs would be no better than regular taxable accounts.
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