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I have been contributing to my 401(k) for over a year now, and due to recent market activity, I have put in more than my portfolio is worth. My quarterly campaign is on now, my chance to increase the percentage of pay that is contributed to my 401(k). I plan to increase to the full 15% allowed, despite the market downturn. Good idea or not? (If it matters I am 24 years old, 15% of my pay is about 5000 dollars a year.)
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