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The only thing I can think of is that you can't literally deposit money into a 401K except through deductions from your paycheck. However, you can basically achieve this by using the dividend money however you'd like and upping your 401K contributions a corresponding amount. In fact I think that's a darn good idea.

Secondarily, you may wish to consider 1) putting some in that money market account - as low paying as it might be, it may be safer than keeping a ton in company stock, and 2) talking to some co-workers and bosses and seeing if you can't get a policy change - nothing happens if you don't try. It seems to me the money in this plan of yours depends on company performance to begin with, so is asking an awful lot of you to have a substantial portion of your retirement money depend on performance both each year and then every year that follows. Remember, your bosses put their money there too - just remind them all of Enron.
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