Whose Money Is It?

In another example where the Federal government believes that individual assets are their property, a bill to limit access to 401(K) retirement accounts will be introduced today. Our founding fathers knew that the right to have secure personal property was the key to the success of our country. Without this guarantee, we are only serving a dictatorship who steals the fruits of our labor. Whether this tyranny is based in England or in Washington, DC, the results are the same.

David DeGerolamo

Senate Bill Would Limit Savers Using 401(k)s as Rainy-Day Funds

Workers will be limited in tapping their 401(k) retirement plans for loans under legislation two senators plan to introduce today that’s designed to counter the erosion of retirement assets.

“During these difficult economic times, we are increasingly seeing 401(k) funds being treated as rainy-day funds,” Senator Herb Kohl, a Wisconsin Democrat, said in a statement obtained by Bloomberg News. “A 401(k) savings account should not be used as a piggy bank for revolving loans.”

Kohl, 76, who’s chairman of the Senate Special Committee on Aging, plans to introduce the “SEAL 401(k) Savings Act” with Senator Mike Enzi, 67, a Wyoming Republican. The bill would reduce the number of loans workers may take from a 401(k) and give participants more time to repay after losing a job. It will allow savers to contribute to their plan after taking a hardship withdrawal and ban debit cards linked to the accounts, according to Joe Bonfiglio, a spokesman for Kohl’s aging committee.

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1 Response to Whose Money Is It?

  1. Hans says:

    Well, that didn’t take long …

    Way back in March the moonbats were challenging our right to our assets:

    https://ncrenegade.com//editorial/why-do-you-have-a-right-to-your-money/

    Now the DemonRat controlled Senate will create the laws and regulations needed to institutionalize the liberal madness.

    We need to “re-enact” the tar and feathering of a few politicians to make the point that we will not go willingly.

    No need for ‘dummies’, we have plenty of politicians.

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