Posted by Kromey
at 9:22pm Nov 30 '09You must sign in to send Kromey a message
I believe the answer is "Yes, but without the compulsory part." Meaning that a lot of employers do offer 401(k) plans, and many of those do match employee contributions (up to a limit), but not all, and there's no requirement that they do.
Also, I dunno how complicated Superannuation gets, but here we have 401(k) (both "Roth" and "Traditional", as well as an amalgamation that allows both) and IRA (again, both "Roth" and "Traditional", but also "Rollover"), and of course there's all kinds of other investment options.
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