Retirement from work

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  1. SaggyWoman

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    How does your employer, if they do, provide you with a 401 K type benefit?

    DO they match what you put in? Or a portion? or put money in whether or not you do?
     
  2. targus

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    We have a 401K with a 10% match - company puts in 10% of the amount saved by the employee.
     
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    The City of Seattle did not have matching funds.
     
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    My employer used to have an 8% contribution of one's annual salary, but right after I started working there, this benefit was eliminated. I also found out soon after I took the position that they had not received raises in 3 years.
     
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    The place I currently work matches up to three percent of one's salary.
     

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