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You are very heavily weighted in retirement accounts, I assume that is 401K & IRAs. This will become a P.I.T.A. in retirement, since all withdrawals will be taxed as ordinary income. I would not add any more money to the 401k than it takes to get the maximum employer's match. Do *not* add more than that, and do not add any more to IRAs.
Put your money into taxable stocks where the profits will be capital gains instead of ordinary income.

You could avoid all tax by using a Roth 401k. Yes, contributions are after-tax but they are also after-tax to a brokerage account.

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