Roth 401(k) plans remain popular but scarce

Glover, Hannah
September 2006
Employee Benefit News;Sep2006, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p76
The article focuses on the Roth 410k in the U.S. People were very interested about the retirement savings option according to Robert Schrayer, president of Associated Agencies. Jim Huller, president of Maximum Wealth Advisors, is being considered by the Hartford Financial Services Retirement Plan Group as its front-line offense in the continued promotion and popularity of the option. Retirement strategies of high-net worth investors can be complemented by the plan.


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