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Subject: Re: I know it's been done before.. Date: 5/7/2012 7:04 AM
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I believe the exemption to conntribute to 2 Plans with a 457 exists only wirh a 457 and 403b.
Also, to Phoebe, you can not contribute 17k to both, unless you have a 457 plan and a 403b plan. You indicated you have a 401k and a 401a. As Mjolah described, if it is in fact a 401a, then no employee contributions are allowed. 401a Plans are funded entirely by the employer.
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