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Church 457(b) Plan


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With all due respect you're not looking at 457 correctly. 457 is a restrictive rule, basically saying that if you are subject to 457 your employees cannot defer taxes on vested compensation unless it is done in accordance with 457(b). Employers described in 3121(w)(3)(A) or (B) are not subject to 457. Therefore, they can structure deferred compensation without regard to 457, including 457(b), just like a for profit entity.

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