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USA Today

List of companies that paid bonuses or boosted pay since tax bill passed

By Adam Shell

While paying a one-time bonus of $1,000 is generous, a better approach would be for employers to deliver more permanent pay increases to workers, says Garrett Oakley, a certified financial planner at Betterment, an online investment site that provides so-called robo-advisory services.

“Something more permanent like increasing wages or increasing the 401(k) match,” Oakley says, is a better way to “boost the long-term savings” of employees.

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This article originally published January 11th, 2018 on USA Today


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