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 Can I contribute to both a 401(k) and a traditional IRA?

Answer Yes, you may contribute to both a traditional IRA and a 401(k) plan in the same year. However, if your adjusted gross income exceeds the annual limits, your traditional IRA contribution may not be ... Read More »
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How much should I contribute to my 401K?

I agree with Steven F's 15% strategy. Always strive to save 15% of your gross (pre-tax) income toward retirement. If you can manage, save another 10% for other needs, such as your emergency accou... Read More »
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Can I contribute to both a 401k and an IRA?

According to Charles Schwab, the best way to save for retirement is to contribute to an IRA as well as a 401k. Fund the 401k first. Then, if you can save more than what your employer will match and... Read More »
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Can I contribute to an IRA if I maxed out my 401k?

You can contribute to an IRA even if you have already maxed out your 401k plan contributions, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The contribution limits are counted separately. However, if ... Read More »
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Can you contribute to IRAs& a 401k?

The Internal Revenue Service rules permit people to contribute to both IRAs and 401k plans. The contribution limits for the two types of retirement plans are independent of each other.References:IR... Read More »
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