Biden has promised to address a lot of issues as the President, including Americans’ retirement security and dignity as they get old. On behalf of old Americans looking to stay in the workforce, he has imparted approaches to enact social securities and control the price hike in prescribed medicines.

Savings for Retirement:

When participating in defined contribution plans like the 401(K) plan, workers get benefits. As it defines, the upper-class families who receive a “stronger tax break for saving” are superior in this system as compared to the lower and middle-income workers. These benefits would be equally distributed, said Biden.

Possible of doing so is using flat-tax credits for each dollar saved, which gives a “bigger break.”

To higher earners than the current system, said Stephen Miller, manager and editor of the online content of compensation and benefits at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Conclusively, Biden mentioned to provide employees tax benefits; small businesses would get a tax break, for instance, tax credits to offset the costs associated with starting a plan. Biden also mentioned that an automatic 401(K) plan would be related to anyone without any retirement plan so that they can save something for their future.

In Retirement:

Although there could be a significant number of controversial proposals, Social security is not often discussed at the debate stage, but it is an important part of retirement security. Most of the Americans rely on a portion of their retirement income. Biden said that he will bring improvement in Social Security by increasing payroll taxes for people who have an income of more than $400,000 compared to the current limit of $137,700. According to an analysis from the Urban Institute and Brookings Institution’s Tax Policy Center, as only higher earners are required to make additional sacrifices, doing so will most probably result in political pushback.

Biden has also uttered that there would be no less than 125% of the federal poverty level for all the beneficiaries who have worked for 30 years. Including teachers and other public-sector workers, his plan has also addressed the people with restrictions to social security.

Future Possibilities:

In October 2020, bipartisan legislation was introduced by the Ways and Means Committee called the “Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2020. Before the announcement of election results, Miller said, “This bill is going to get through congress, irrespective of whose administration it is. Something will be passed.”