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TheOthermfa writes:

<<As a state employee, unless you're working in a university or hospital system, you almost certainly have a 457 plan.>>

I'm a state employee working for a university, enrolled in a "415" plan. I though this just affected the amount I could contribute, but was otherwise the same as a 403. Have I been misled (again) by our crack personnel department?


I'd love to give you chapter and verse, but I don't know enough about state governmental plans to comment. I doubt highly that you have a 403b plan, but instead have some type of a defined contribution plan . If your benefits folks said it wasn't a 403b plan, then I would accept that at face value.

Regards….Pixy
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