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I'm not sure what you're trying to describe here. The federal contribution limits ($17,500 in 2013) on 401k plans are the same whether the contributions are pre-tax or post-tax. The contribution limit is the combined value of all contributions for the fiscal year.

Not true, the combined $17,500 limit is for pre-tax and ROTH contributions. Non-ROTH after tax contributions have a different limit.
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