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Perhaps your wife and I work at the same company! ;-) Anyway, until my company and its experts can explain to me why they feel this limit is necessary I am making myself a nuisance.

I keep trying to explain to them that once they make me understand their rationale I will go away, but all I am getting is mumbo jumbo about how complicated the tax code is and that the 25% limit (which they won't specify what 25% limit they are refering to so I am assuming it was the one for the employee's contribution as well as the employer's contribution, including profit sharing and ESOP programs) hasn't really changed. I ask questions citing chapter and verse of the IRC and the new legislation and get back answers like: "Sorry, the 25% limit is the problem" and "this is really complicated and we should let the experts do their job", but no real explanantion.

But I shall persevere! Not necessarily prevail (I am not that naive), but they haven't gotten rid of me yet!
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