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457/401(k)and 415 limits


Guest Joann Albrecht
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Guest Joann Albrecht

According to 457©(2)(B)(ii) the dollar deferral limits

of rural cooperatives to not have to be coordinated making

it possible for a participant to contribute $8,500 to

the 457 plan and $10,500 to a 401(k)plan.

Are these limits coordinated under 415? Do the combined

limits for an individual under both plans (457 and 401(k))

held to the 415 limit of the smaller of 25% of compensation or $35,000. I can find no reference that would

indicate this is the case.

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457 plans are not subject to the 415 limits at all. Thus, they would not be aggregated with the 401(k) plan in applying the 415 limits.

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