Thanks to low inflation, 401(k) plan limits are projected to stay the same next year, with a few exceptions, according to 401khelpcenter.com.

Because of the government shutdown, the IRS has not released its official guide to 401(k) limits for 2014, but 401khelpcenter.com took a stab at some estimates.

The elective deferral limit into 401(k), 403(b) and 457 plans, it said, should stay the same at $17,500, but the annual defined contribution limit from all sources could go up by $1,000 to $52,000.

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