In an effort to boost retirement savings, President Clinton proposed a series of reforms Thursday to make it easier for small businesses to create pension funds.

In the Rose Garden, surrounded by small-businessmen, the President urged Congress to create a small-business 401(k) plan, raise the earnings cutoff to $100,000 for individual retirement accounts, and eliminate rules that make it tough for employees to roll over pension accounts when they switch jobs.

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