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Assessing the Effectiveness of Saving Incentives

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  • R. Glenn Hubbard
  • Jonathan S. Skinner

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Do saving incentives such as Individual Retirement Accounts stimulate new saving or merely reshuffle existing assets?

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This book is provided by American Enterprise Institute in its series Books with number 24067 and published in 2009.

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Keywords: taxes; tax; study; studies; revenue; press; policy; plans; plan; monograph; IRAs; IRA; incentive; government; fiscal; economic; cost-benefit; cost; contributions; contribution; book; benefit; 401(k)s; 401(k); 1996;

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