You can now contribute $19,000 per year to your 401(k) if under age 50, and $25,000 per year if 50 or over by the end of 2019.
Plus, you can add about $10/week extra to your Traditional or Roth IRA (the new limit is $6,000 if under 50 or $7,000 if age 50 or over).
Check out all the changes in our article “Are You Saving Enough? New Retirement Limits For 2019.”
Retirement Tip: If you are still working, try to contribute 10-15% of your gross (pre-tax) income to savings each year. Make contributions to your 401(k), IRA or other account, and invest for long-term growth, in keeping with your overall investment allocation.