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Subject: 402g ??? Date: 8/21/2003 4:07 PM
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I have been researching ways to put additional retirement money away for a buddy who works at the Univeristy of Washingston. They have a standard retirement program that sets him up with a 403b and matches his contributions etc.

They also offer an additional 402g retirement account. I have never heard of a 402g? Is it a basic retriement account like the 403b/401k or does it have special circumstances? I checked the IRS site but did not locate the publication that talks about it.

Any info would be helpful.

Corey
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