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If your employer offers a match on the 401(k), it behooves you to contribute at least up until the match. Even if you expect to retire early, paying a 10% early withdrawal penalty on a 100% free match is still a good deal. Otherwise, those with plans for an early retirement ought to favor the 457.
Does Title I of ERISA apply? Governmental 457(b) plans are exempt from Title I of ERISA (but there may be concerns as to a plan's continuing status as a governmental plan if it covers independent contractors).
Special 457(b) catch-up contributions, if permitted by the plan, allow a participant for 3 years prior to the normal retirement age (as specified in the plan) to contribute the lesser of: the elective deferral limit ($20,500 in 2022; $19,500 in 2020 and in 2021).
The maximum annual contribution limit for 457(b) plans will be $20,500 for 2022 (or 100% of gross annual compensation, if less). Cost of living adjustments may allow for additional increases to these limits in increments of $500 per year.
The maximum annual contribution limit for 457(b) plans will be $20,500 for 2022 (or 100% of gross annual compensation, if less). Cost of living adjustments may allow for additional increases to these limits in increments of $500 per year.
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\u201cSpecial Three-Year Catch-up\u201d refers to a provision of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) that permits participants who are in a governmental 457(b) plan and who are within three calendar years of Normal Retirement Age (NRA), as defined by the Plan document), to defer additional amounts over the normal annual maximum ...
Your normal retirement age is between age 50 and 70½. You must also be an employee of the State of California or the California State University System with eligibility for CalPERS, the Legislators' Retirement System, or the Judges' Retirement System, and you were eligible to contribute to the 457 plan in prior years.
Only nonprofit and governmental organizations can offer 457 plans, though they can be used in tandem with other retirement accounts, including 401(k)s and 403(b)s. Contributions on 457 plans are largely made by the participant using paycheck deductions, but employers have the option to contribute funds as well.
The \u201cPre-Retirement\u201d catch-up provision allows you to make additional contributions to your 457 plan in order to make up for years in which you did not contribute the maximum permissible amount.
Your normal retirement age is between age 50 and 70½. You must also be an employee of the State of California or the California State University System with eligibility for CalPERS, the Legislators' Retirement System, or the Judges' Retirement System, and you were eligible to contribute to the 457 plan in prior years.

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