Greetings,Wife and I have income around $120k. I am eligible for 13% to TSP (govt. version of 401k). Additionally, my wife is currently eligible for 403(b) of up to 13,000/year until she is there a year, and can open a 401(k).Beingn we'd like to save as much as possible in tax-deferred accounts, which would be the best path for maximum tax savings?Our plan thusfar goes like this:- Invest 5% (the highest matched) for TSP- Max both spouse and I's Roth IRA- Invest remaining 8% into TSP to meet limits (13% max allowed)The next steps then confuse me:- Put as much in 403(b) for wife or Traditional IRA or something else? - What to do with remaining savings (if we have any?)Thanks a bunch, ardentsilent
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