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I ws just thinking about something that I wanted to post to get some input. I can remember on my first job, while being very Foolish, I was invested in my company's 401K program.

To make a long story short. I swear that we were able to contribute up to 16% of our income, not to exceed $10,000. I also remember that we could make taxable contributions in addition to the non-taxable ones. Even if we were not at the $10,000 limit. Does this make any sense?

Again, I was most uninformed financially at the time, and really don't remeber a lot of the details now. Anyone with some thoughts?
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