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401(K)s

What is the maximum amount I may contribute each year into a 401(k) plan?

The maximum amount you may contribute each year into a 401(k) plan today is $17,500 per year, and may change each year with inflation, in $500 increments. If you are over age 50, the 401(k) program allows employees to make additional catch-up contributions of $5,500 into their accounts.



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