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Subject:  401K vs. Keogh ....%? Date:  10/4/1998  8:19 PM
Author:  Meowiz Number:  5819 of 107438

Question: what percentage of your annual income can you contribute to a 401K plan? (employee contribution only, in plan without employer contribution) I would be called a 'part-time employee' with no other benefits if I choose this route.

I am wondering whether to do this...as with my self-employed status, I believe I'm contributing 25% to my Keogh. I think that is the limit.

With 401K can you also contribute to an IRA?

thanks...meowiz


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