After you hit the maximum $19,000 a year pretax contribution to your traditional 401(k) you may still be able to contribute up to $37,000 more on an after-tax basis. Some plans let you move your after-tax contributions into a Roth 401(k) or Roth IRA. With these accounts, you can withdraw money tax-free at retirement. Check your plan for allowable contributions & limits.


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I'm a housewife, and mother of a 6 year old dog. I don't have kids.

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