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By the way, my company is telling me that their attorney and Fidelity consultant is
telling them to leave the 15% limit in.

Just to add something...my company's 401K plan is also administered by Fidelity, and we may contribute up to 20% (unless in the "highly compensated" category.) So I'd say it isn't Fidelity that is causing the problem.
TJ
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