115 | Why Highly Compensated Employees Can't Always Max Out Their 401K
The contribution limit for your 401K in 2023 is $22,500 for those of us under the age of 50, so you're assuming you for sure can contribute that whole amount to max out your 401K out for the year, right?? Unfortunately, that's not always the case! If you're considered a highly compensated employee (HCE), then if you try to max out your 401K, you could actually get a 401K refund due to your employer not passing the nondiscrimination test. Listen to learn more about what this means!
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