Oregon’s State-Run Retirement Plan Hits $200 Million in Savings

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OregonSaves, the first state-administered retirement program for private-sector employers in the country, has reached a significant milestone with more than $200 million saved through the program.

Launched in July 2017 in a pilot phase, OregonSaves has been rolling out in waves, and now applies to the smallest employers. Business owners with at least one employee who don’t offer a qualified retirement plan must register for the program by July 31.


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