By Ashlea Ebeling
FORBES staff

After three years stuck at $18,000, the amount you can contribute to your 401(k) workplace retirement plan inches up for 2018 to $18,500. The Treasury Department has announced inflation-adjusted figures for retirement account savings for 2018, and that’s one of the tweaks that will help savers. Much stays the same, but in addition to the jump in the 401(k) limit, there are increases to income phase-outs for IRA contributors, and to the adjusted gross income limits for snagging the saver’s credit…

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