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<<Are you aware of this? 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.>>

I most certainly was NOT aware of this. Holy Cow! Can anyone provide any more details on this? Where should I go read?

Can you only 'catch up' if you are with the same employer? What if you've 'maxxed out' at 15%, but not hit the 10k limit(due to a low salary), in future years(when you're making bocu bucks), can you 'catch up' the early years where 15% of your salary was 5k?

Wowee, party time! Get that guy some more coffee!
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