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States to help workers save for retirement More states are passing legislation to set up automatic individual retirement accounts to help part-time and full-time employees who are not offered retirement plans by their employers, according to The Wall Street Journal. In Oregon, the third and latest state to enact such law, all employers are subject to the plan while employees are automatically enrolled but are given the option to decline. Connecticut is expected to enact a similar plan by next year while New Jersey and Massachusetts have pending legislations.  --The Wall Street Journal

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