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A little update - we chose to go with the Roth 401k, contributing the max amount. We're contributing 23% of each paycheck down from 24%. I thought that would lessen the sting of the decrease in his net paychecks, and it has. With his raise in April, $822 is taken out each check. I'll still get several paychecks at the end of the year with no contribution taken out, so that makes me happy.

Thanks for all of the advice :)

Monica
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