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I work for a company that puts 4% of my gross pay into a mutual fund of my choice. The fund is totally funded by the company. The catch is that if I quit after one year, I can only get 25% of the money that has accumulated in the fund. I get 50% after two years, and so on until I am there at least four years, or 100% vested. My question is-- is this a negotable item. Can the company increase my "vesting" in the fund to 100% before my four years is up. I am trying to come up with a different type of idea to go along with my annual raise/review. I work in the health care field and that area is known for only giving about a 2-4% raise yearly, no matter how well the company does.
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