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Does it make any sense to invest in a 401(k) plan at work that has no matching contribution if I already contribute $2000/year to a Roth IRA? I know the 401(k) allows me to save more money, but if I can only save $2000/year right now, should I put the money in the non-matching 401(k) or the Roth?
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