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Changes to 401k limits for 2018!

How 401(k) plans will change next year

The IRS announced recently that 401(k) contribution limits will increase by $500 per year beginning in January. That means that in 2018, employees who participate in the employer-sponsored program can put in as much as $18,500 per year, up from $18,000 the year before. The savings could eventually add up to more than $70,000 extra for retirement if you begin saving by 30, reports CNBC. For recent hurricane survivors, emergency withdrawals of up to $50,000 will be allowed via hardship distributions to pay for storm-related damages until Jan. 31, 2018. The 401(k) was recently in the spotlight after there was speculation that President Trump would scale back the program to pay for tax cuts — something he has denied considering as part of his reform plan, according to Reuters.

About the author, Ralph

My entire 30 yr plus career has focused on finance. The past 7 years have been spent assisting small business owners and commercial real estate investors with obtaining the funding they need to accomplish their goals.

For small business owners, I have assisted with arranging lines of credit, account receivable. purchase order and equipment financing, along with working capital.

For commercial real estate investors, I focus on refi's, refi/cash out, property acquisitions, financing for new commercial developments, fix and flip loans and investment property financing.

During my career, I have learned we all can make the best business decisions possible if we had access to the appropriate capital partner for each specific financial request and credit profile.

Please reach out to me directly with any question you have related to your business or commercial real estate financing objective. Also, you can let me know what struggles you may be facing in your business, and I will do my best to help you get the answers needed to get through the struggle.

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