I am contributing 15% to my 401K with an employer match of 5%. Been at my job for 13yrs. Just like everyone else, my 401K has taken a pretty good hit so far. I'm 47, so I have a while to retirement hopefully. Anyone else thinking of or actually reducing their 401k contribution during this madness? I hate to think I'm just putting money in there to be lost. The past 3-4 years I've been aggressively increasing my contribution each year trying to decrease our taxable income and balance out the taxes we always owe. Feel like I'd rather have that money for probably the rest of this year, then I could move my contribution back up whenever the market starts to improve again. My job just put a 5% bonus in our 401k's for a financially good 2019, that $$$ was pretty much gone instantly in loss.