- Have their tuition fully paid for
- Receive a small salary through what’s called an “assistantship”
- And also have health insurance paid for.
How about you all? Do you know if the rule for graduate students participating in 401k and pension programs is different at other schools?
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Related articles about graduate students’ 401k contributions at several of my favorite personal finance blogs:
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