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Roth vs. Traditional 401(k): Where to Put Your Money for Retirement?
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Among workers with access to a Roth 401(k), only 17% made contributions to one last year, according to Vanguard Group. Congress will soon require older, higher-earning workers to put at least some money into a Roth 401(k). A law that goes into effect in 2026 means people ages 50 and older with salar
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  • Among workers with access to a Roth 401(k), only 17% made contributions to one last year, according to Vanguard Group.
  • Congress will soon require older, higher-earning workers to put at least some money into a Roth 401(k). A law that goes into effect in 2026 means people ages 50 and older with salaries above $145,000 have to funnel the extra money they can choose to contribute to a 401(k) on top of the $22,500 tax-advantaged limit into a Roth.

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