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Nate,

What I am refering to is not housing allowance - something used to pay current expenses - but housing equity allowance.

Now I see -

Since I do not live in a parsonage I do not get an equity allowance. A friend of mine who is also a minister locally went from a congragation that provided housing to one which didn't. He tried to draw out the equity allowance he had accumulated over the years so he could use the money to purchase the house, but the financial office would not let him do that. They said it was, in essence, part of his retirement. Maybe that is the way that works.

Can't you get some clarification on this from the ELCA Board of Pensions?

peace
Robert
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