A 401a plan is a money-purchase retirement savings plan that is set up by an employer. It allows for contributions by the employee, the employer, or both. Contribution amounts, whether dollar-based or percentage-based, eligibility, and vesting schedule are all determined by the sponsoring employer. Typically, a fixed dollar or percentage amount is contributed by the employer into a 401a plan that may be matched by employee contribution within a specific range.
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