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No, I read those rules to mean a married couple earning $300K will probably be classed as a highly compensated employee at at least one employer. That will limit their tax deductible contribution to somewhat less than $15K.

Not necessarily. If the 401(k) plan for the employer where the highly compensated employee(s) work is a 'safe harbor' plan, they can still max out their contribution.

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