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The questions:
1. Does $15,500 include company matching/profit sharing?


No, the $15,500 does not include employer match

2. Does a calculator exist that takes your gross income, pre-tax matched percentage, pre-tax non-matched percentage, and company match numbers as inputs, and spits out how much money will go in as the output?

Sure, most calculators can do multiplication and/or percentages, so they could do that calculation. The most basic calculator might require 2 separate calculations- one for pre-tax matched and one for pre-tax non-matched (the pre-taxed matched calculation is the same as the company match calculation).


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