Commentary: What to do when the 401(k) match goes away

01/5/2012 | TheStreet.com

If an employer eliminates a company's 401(k) matching contribution, workers would still be wise to keep investing in the plan at the same rate for the tax savings, Philip van Doorn writes. However, if a worker has significant high-interest debt, such as credit cards, it might make sense to reduce 401(k) contributions temporarily to pay down the debt.

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