A recent survey of 401(k) practices found that 68% of employers allow employees to contribute 25% or more of their earnings into their 401(k) plan, according to marketing research company Business and Legal Resources.
This is up from a similar 2006 survey, which found that 58% of organizations allowed high contribution levels.
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