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The $10,000.00 limit applies only to the Pre-Tax contributions. The only hope you have is to lobby your plan administrator for an increase. I just successfully lobbied for an increase from 10% to 15% Pre-Tax. My opinion, unless you anticipate a potential need to make an emergency withdrawal from your after-tax contributions, you would be far better off contributing to a Roth IRA with your after-tax dollars.
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