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Because of the rapidly changing nature of the law affecting pensions and other retirement benefits, the information published online by the Pension Rights Center is subject to change without notice. Although every effort has been made to verify the accuracy of information presented, there may be errors.
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In 2015, workers will be able to contribute up to $18,500 to their 401(k) plans. Workers age 50 and older can contribute $24,000. Employers can match those contributions up to a total employer-employee limit of $52,000. Check out our helpful fact sheet to learn the contribution limits for other retirement plans. Read the fact sheet.