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If my employer matches 401k contributions with their company stock:

1)Does it reduce the amount of cash I can contribute?

2)Is this stock held in a seperate account?

3)When can I sell it?

4)This stock is a cyclical (ie airline), would it be
best to avoid it all together, or,

5)Is the stock match better than nothing?

6)Would it be better to go for a pay raise in order to increase my contribution.

Thanks for the help!
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