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Greetings, clFris, and welcome. You asked:

<<If I contribute to a simple IRA plan for part of the year and then work for a company with a 401K for the rest of the year, can I contribute to the 401K to make my total contribution for the year $10,500?>>

Yes, you may; however, you must watch your 401k contribution to ensure you do not exceed a combined contribution to the 401k and the SIMPLE that exceeds $10,500 for the year. Your 401k employer won't know about the SIMPLE contributions, so that makes you the responsible party.

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