Retirement plan cheat sheet for 2013
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Employees age 49 and under can contribute up to $17,500 to their 401(k) or similar employer-based retirement plan in 2013. That’s $500 more than last year. The limit applies to both traditional plans and Roth plans. If your employer offers both types of plans, you can fund both as long as your total contribution does not exceed the maximum limit.