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The IRS will allow a person to contribute up to $13,000 to their 403(b) in 2004. That limit is $16,000 if you are turning 50 this year or are already over 50. Your employer is allowed to impose lower limits than these, so you may be restricted to the percentages you gave.

Bill
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