Is it age discrimination if my employer contributes more into the 401k plans of older employees than the younger ones? They give 15% anually to employees over 30 and 5% to employees under 30. And we all have the same title, and do the same job.
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Not necessarily. There are strict rules about amounts of contribution. If your employer is in compliance with the tax rules, then there is no age discrimination. Hang in thee for a few years and your benefits will be better, just like accruing vacation days.
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