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A Guide to Calculating Employer Matching Contribution Limits
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Nov. 20, 2014
"When [annual contribution] limitations are announced, the focus has typically been on any increase in contributions participants can make to their retirement accounts. However, an equally important part of the equation accounts for any increase in matching contributions that the employer will make on behalf of the participant. With the annual compensation limit increasing to $265,000 from $260,000, the limit on the maximum amount of matching contributions participants can receive from their employer will also increase." [A table demonstrates the effect of the increase at various levels of matching contributions.]

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