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FoolishProf,

<<If you haven't contributed maximum to the 403B in prior years, you may contribute $13k (new limit) annually until you have "caught up" on $15k of slack in your prior years' contributions. This annual amount was changed from $10.5k to $13k in the last round. I do not know if these same provisions and limits apply to the 401K program as well. >>

The "catch up" contributions pertain soley to 403b plans. They do NOT apply to 401k's. Can't mix apples and oranges, ya know. :-)

Regards....Pixy
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