<<It seems as though I was not as clear as I should have been, however. When I said my employer matching was 3%, I was mistaken. After reviewing the ol' proverbial employee handbook, it is not 3%, it's 2%. Translated, that means that for every $1 I contribute to my 401(k), I get 2 cents. $100 contributed = $2 employer matching.>> really?? strange? you are sure its not they will match up 2% of your pay at say 25% 33% or 50%??If you put in 1% of your pay say $250 they will match with $5. thats not worth it unless the plan is good.
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