Employee and employer contributions to 401(k) plans edged slightly higher in the second quarter, according to Fidelity Investments’ analysis of its 11.9 million 401(k) accounts.

Employees contributed an average of $1,660 to their accounts during the second quarter, while employers kicked in an average of $950. That’s an increase of $30 for both employees and employees from the year-ago quarter. From the second quarter of 2009, the increase is more impressive: employees contributed $150 more, while employers threw in another $90.

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