It sounds to me like there would be just too many variables to make such a comparision have any useful purpose. You indicate that most plans have a waiting period for full employer match. I don't know if that is true but there are many plans that do not have a waiting period or it is a much shorter time. And of course there are many differences in employer matches and the the requirements to receive them.And obviously trying to input salary increases either with the same company or with a new employer is at best an intelligent (or not) guess.Probably the best you could do it to estimate the money that you would not be able to contribute to a 401k and calculate the potential loss of opportunity for those contributions.Bob
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