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$205,000 compensation limit apply to employer contribution to 403b?


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does the $205,000 compensation limit apply to employer contributions to a 403b plan? In other words, when the employee's annual compensation hits $205,000, does the employer have to stop contributing, even if the other limits on total contribution have not been met?

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The $205,000 limit of compensation does not apply to 403(b) contracts purchased by a church. See Code Sections 401(a)(17), 403(b)(12)(A)(i), 403(b)(1)(D), and 403(b)(12)(B). Note that church is defined more narrowly than in Code Section 415(e) although it does include qualified church-controlled organizations.

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