New Federal Savings Plan Rules

February 1969
Banking;Feb69, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p89
Trade Publication
Discusses the regulations governing federal payroll savings plan in the U.S. published in the November 27, 1968 issue of the 'Federal Register.' Scope of regulations; Definitions used in the regulations; Allotments of pay for savings accounts.


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