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How much is the 401K matching at your company?

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50% up to the federal max. One of my favorite benefits here. https://careers.microsoft.com/us/en/usbenefits


Currently 100% up to 4%, soon to be 50% and up to 3k contributed total.

50% up to the federal max, our match will be $10,000+ this year.

50% up to the federal max so 10k+ here as well

Full match up to 3% contribution

0%. Sigh.

100% of the first 6%.

4% each paycheck


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