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The 401K is preferable, providing you have sufficient flexibility. You do not want to be forced to buy your company's stock, and not be able to sell it.

In fact 403B plans may well be the best. These are for non-profit companies. Between what I could put in and what was matched, I was saving around 25% of my salary. Unfortunately, I was limited to Fidelity funds, but still I did very well.

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