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January 10, 2006

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Hey FMF,
I have a qn. I am planning to aggressively fund my 401k in the next 3 months and get 6% employee match (I figure I will do consulting after that which won't be with an employer with nice benefits) Lately I have heard that you can't front-load like that because company matches are distributed throughout the year. Do you have any idea? Thanks.

I believe it depends on your plan. Consult your personnel department -- they should know the answer.

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