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<<Would you mind double checking? Block's training manual on retrurns for retired people states the combined limit ($10,000 for 1998)on elective deferrals applies to all of the following:

Section 401(k) or the Federal Thrift Savings Plan
Tax-sheltered annuity plans (section 403 (b))
Salary reduction SEPs (section 408(k)(6)) (emphasis added)
Section 457 (b) plans
Section 501(c)(18)(D) plans and
SIMPLE plans>>

That's absolutely true. But be aware that a SARSEP is not a SEP-IRA. See my discussion of SEPs in my Foolish Retirement Plan Primer at .

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