How a Berkshire Hathaway money manager became a retirement fund multi-millionaire
He started maxing out his contributions to the Grace 401(ok) plan a 12 months after he joined, when he was first allowed to take part. By the point he left in late 1989, his account was as much as $70,384. (Of this, $34,353 was his contribution, $12,328 was Grace matching cash, the remaining was from funding beneficial properties).
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