My research shows that maxing out your traditional 401k first ($17,500 x both spouses if possible), followed by $5,500 in Roth IRA x 2, after that you could put money in taxable or Roth 401k. For me, if we plan to retire, say at 48, I need some major $ readily available in taxable investments to tap in those years.

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There is an annual cap that the IRS places on how much $ you can contribute to a 401k pre-tax. Not sure of exact figure, but it is around $17,500. Now, you can contribute more, but that goes into a post-tax account and is handled differently by th.

The 401 (k) contribution limits are surprisingly generous. Thus, we need to save. Tax-advantaged retirement accounts such as 401 (k)s can help, but first you need to know what the 401 (k) contribution limits are, and whether you should aim to max them out.

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I think for all but the most frugal it’s not realistic [common] to max out your 401k when your salary is under 74000, because maxing it would require deferring over 25%. It becomes more realistic [common] as the 18500 figure becomes a smaller portion of your overall compensation.

But first, let’s look at why it probably doesn’t matter anyway. If you want to retire really early, you generally have to save a large percentage of your income. Like 50%+ of your net income.And if you’re doing that, chances are that you can both max out your retirement accounts and have to save a significant amount of money in a taxable account anyway.

Maxing Out a 401k and Early Retirement. Another commenter chimed in with: To get money before 59.5 without a 10% penalty isn’t all that difficult. The substantially equal periodic payments (SEPP) rule is the exception to get into your IRA when you retire. You essentially "annuitize" your IRA from the when you retire until 59 1/2.

For many years now, I’ve tried to max out my 401(k) as soon as possible each year and to make any IRA contributions for the year in January. Your one reader is correct: this is just another variation of DCA versus lump sum.

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