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Subject: Alternatives to a 401K Date: 5/29/1998 6:58 PM
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I have recently changed jobs and my new employer has a 403B plan where I can contribute after-tax dollars that are matched by dollars that earn tax-free interest. What can I do to replace the 401K plan that I had at my old job? I already fund my IRA but I want to contribute the maximum amount possible ($10,000 this year) and have the money grow tax-free. Do I have any alternatives?
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