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I recently left a job where I always maxed out on a 401K. The new employer does not offer a 401K but a "pension/proft-sharing plan" which vests after 5 years of svc. Without the 401K adjustment I'm pushing the ROTH income limits. What are the long-term benefits of a profit sharing plan vis-a-vis a 401K ? Where can I go to research the tax implications of these plans ? Thanks for any info.
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