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quiller4 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-04-10 01:11 PM
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13. I'm retired now, too, but in my working days I contributed the max.
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  -401K: How much do you contribute? Dawgs  Jan-04-10 07:25 AM   #0 
  - I contributed until I lost my job last december, and then I cashed it out  Lerkfish   Jan-04-10 07:33 AM   #1 
  - My job doesn't match contributions - so I think saving for a house may be a better investment  stray cat   Jan-04-10 07:45 AM   #2 
  - Use a Roth IRA  Jeff In Milwaukee   Jan-04-10 07:54 AM   #5 
     - sorry to barge in on the thread.. what is the savers credit?  dave29   Jan-04-10 01:28 PM   #15 
        - Don't you ever KNOCK?!  Jeff In Milwaukee   Jan-04-10 01:58 PM   #18 
  - Retired  safeinOhio   Jan-04-10 07:50 AM   #3 
  - I'm retired now, too, but in my working days I contributed the max.  quiller4   Jan-04-10 01:11 PM   #13 
  - -20%  rucky   Jan-04-10 07:51 AM   #4 
  - Check with your plan administrator  Jeff In Milwaukee   Jan-04-10 08:00 AM   #7 
  - 403(b), and nothing.  Robb   Jan-04-10 07:56 AM   #6 
  - enough to make sure I max it out at the end of the year..  RoadRage   Jan-04-10 08:00 AM   #8 
  - The IRS maximum ($16.500 last year)  MercutioATC   Jan-04-10 09:45 AM   #9 
  - 8%, and I get 7% from my company on top of that. n/t  tammywammy   Jan-04-10 09:46 AM   #10 
  - That's a generous match.  MercutioATC   Jan-04-10 01:01 PM   #11 
     - It breaks down  tammywammy   Jan-04-10 01:56 PM   #17 
        - We get an automatic 1% (their money)  MercutioATC   Jan-04-10 02:51 PM   #20 
  - 5% + $5k a year in my IRA  high density   Jan-04-10 01:03 PM   #12 
  - no matching, so I am contributing about 2 % (what I can afford) to a ROTH  dave29   Jan-04-10 01:27 PM   #14 
  - I have access to both a 401(k) and a 457...  brooklynite   Jan-04-10 01:29 PM   #16 
  - How about 0% because I am not paid for the work I do....... nt  demodonkey   Jan-04-10 02:05 PM   #19 
  - When I was employed, I set aside 1% and, IIRC, got some kind of match. But now I work from home. Mr.  Brickbat   Jan-04-10 02:53 PM   #21 
  - 10% per year +employer 5% match...strangely, 2009 was my best year ever  CreekDog   Jan-04-10 03:07 PM   #22 
  - I work for a Community Bank, they match 100% of the first 8% plus  NavyMom   Jan-04-10 08:49 PM   #23 
  - My employer only offers a 403B and I can't afford to contribute to that!  DailyGrind51   Jan-05-10 06:09 AM   #24 

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