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Educate Employees on 401(k) Contribution Limits and Matches
Society for Human Resource Management [SHRM] Link to more items from this source
Mar. 6, 2012
Two situations can prevent employees from getting the full amount of an employer's match money on contributions to their 401(k) or similar retirement plan. One is contributing too little to the plan -- that is, contributing at less than the full rate that gets matched at least in part by their employer. The other is contributing too much to the plan -- so much that they reach the annual federal limit on contributions before the last pay period of the year.

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