401(k) Contribution

How Much Can You Afford to Contribute?

Participating in a traditional 401(k) plan doesn't have to take a big bite out of your take-home pay — and it can cut down on your tax bill.

To see how establishing or increasing your contribution will affect your income tax and take-home pay, just answer the following questions, then click Submit.

These calculations are based in part on input provided by the plan sponsor and/or plan participant. Newport Group and its affiliates are not responsible for the accuracy or appropriatness of such input for any particular plan or for any plan participant's financial circumstances. Different investments involve different levels of risk and every investor has their own comfort level with risk. Investors should consult with their financial advisor to determine their personal risk tolerances and what level of portfolio risk may be appropriate for their circumstances before making investment decisions.

These calculations are not intended to be considered as investment, tax, or legal advice. The laws and regulations governing these matters are complex and subject to change. Please consult your investment, tax, and legal advisors for information and guidance that is specific to your plan and your financial circumstances before making investment decisions.

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