The Maximum 401k Contribution Limit: What You Could Have If You Max Out Every Year Posted by Financial samurai 124 comments The government has blessed us with the ability to max out our 401k to $19,000 a year in 2019, up from $18,500 in 2018.
Surprisingly, not many people take advantage of them. Only 41% of people contribute to a 401(k) when they have the option to do so. A 401(k) allows annual contributions up to $19,000.
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My research shows that maxing out your traditional 401k first ($17,500 x both spouses if possible), followed by $5,500 in Roth IRA x 2, after that you could put money in taxable or Roth 401k. For me, if we plan to retire, say at 48, I need some major $ readily available in taxable investments to tap in those years.
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You should probably at least do this assuming you don’t have better options with the 401k (which would be rare). From there, decide whether you want to absorb the tax hit now or in retirement in deciding whether to roll the traditional IRA to a Roth.
I think for all but the most frugal it’s not realistic [common] to max out your 401k when your salary is under 74000, because maxing it would require deferring over 25%. It becomes more realistic [common] as the 18500 figure becomes a smaller portion of your overall compensation.