Presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) and Oregon Republican Sen. Gordon H. Smith introduced this week the New Savers Bill, a multi-faceted proposal including provisions to create IRAs for children and encourage 539 college savings plans.

“Too many families are living paycheck to paycheck without saving for their futures and too many Americans have not been brought into the financial mainstream,” said Clinton.

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