As of 2015, the annual contribution limit for traditional 401(k) plans is $18,000, as stated on the Fidelity Investment website. For contributors age 50 and older, the annual catch-up contribution limit is $6,000. More »

As of 2015, individuals can contribute up to $18,000 per year to their 401(k) accounts, advises the Internal Revenue Service. Individuals who are at least 50 years old can contribute an additional $6,000 per year in catc... More »

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Employees can contribute a maximum of $18,000 per year to most 401(k) retirement plans in 2015 and 2016, according to the IRS. Employees aged 50 and over may contribute an additional $6,000 to a plan that allows catch-up... More »

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Information on the contribution limit for a 401(k) plan can be found on the website of the Internal Revenue Service. The site provides limits for the current and previous year. More »

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The maximum yearly contribution for a 401(k) plan as of 2015 is $18,000 for a traditional plan, Fidelity Investment states. For those who are 50 or older, the catch-up annual contribution limit is $6,000. More »

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As of 2015, the Roth IRA contribution limit is the lesser of taxable compensation or $5,500 for taxpayers under 50 and $6,500 for taxpayers 50 and over, states the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS reduces these limits f... More »

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The 2014 and 2015 annual contribution limit for a traditional IRA is $5,500 and $6,500 for people over 49 years of age. Contributions may not exceed your yearly taxable compensation. More »

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