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Why You May Not Be Able to Max Out Your 401(k)

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Thu, 6 Jun 2013

"Say what?" That was my response when a friend recently told me that she had a portion of her 2012 401(k) contribution refunded back to her in March of this year. How could that happen? Maxing out a 401(k) is an article of faith for many higher-income workers. Unlike traditional deductible and Roth

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