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My 401k caps my savings at 5% of pay because I earn too much. What can I do?


“The general rule is that workers can put away $18,000 this year is a 401k plan.  But if you earn more than $120,000, own more than 5% of your company, or are in the top 20% of earners at the firm, you are considered a highly compensated employee.  And if not enough lower-paid workers contribute to the 401k, your contributions can be limited.






There are ways around the limits, though none are easy or realistic says Craig Eissler, a certified financial planner with Halbert Hargrove in Houston.  A better solution: Look for other ways to pump up tax-advantage savings, he says.  Among them: contributing to a Roth IRA (eligibility phases out once you earn $193,000 as a married couple) or a nondeductible traditional IRA.” –Money Magazine

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