Yes, as it relates to elective employee deferrals (e.g., your personal contributions into the plan). In short, yes, employee elective deferrals, whether made in a Traditional or Roth manner (of a combination thereof) will have the same elective deferral limitations.
But, it is important to keep in mind that the “same” contribution limits only apply to elective deferrals. Obviously, rollover contributions, pre-tax contributions and the business’ profit share contributions (if any), must be placed within separate accounts for the plan. In short, only your Roth contributions and the gains from those invested funds will be in the Roth contribution account.
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