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May 29th, 2011
03:28 AM ET

Senators Looking to Control 401K Loans

From financial analyst Clyde Anderson:

On May 18 Senator Herb Khol and Mike Enzi proposed a new bill, the SEAL (Saving Enhancement by Alleviating Leakage) ACT, that they say was created with the intent of preventing leakage of savings from 401K before retirement. In the midst of economic uncertainty and during a time when people are needing to pull funds to help them through some difficult financial situations the government wants to step in to regulate? The question we must ask ourselves: is this a concerned government looking out for the best interests of the people or is it Government and Wall Street looking out for themselves?

Look for Clyde Anderson's segements in the 7 o'clock hour of CNN Saturday Mornings with T.J. Holmes.

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  1. John from Erie, Pa

    Looks like we do have a double standard between the working class and the rich. Why is it okay to regulate the working class and deregulate Wall Street and big businesses?

    May 30, 2011 at 8:47 am |

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