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1Contributions in excess of the deductible limit will pay a tax equivalent to 10% even if the non-deductible contribution is not claimed as a deduction on your income tax return. For 2018, the maximum annual employer and employee contribution amount per participant will be the lesser of $55,000 or 100% of the participant’s Compensation. Also, the maximum compensation per participant to be used for determining contributions to the Plan shall not exceed $275,000.00.