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403(B)/ TSA Plans

Limitation On The Amount Of Contributions To A TSA

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For the year 2010, the maximum you can contribute to a TSA is $16,500 ($23,000 if you are age 50 or older). If you've been with your organization for more than 15 years you can also contribute an additional amount. (See the next section). This amount is adjusted for inflation when the rate of inflation applied to the maximum contribution amount equals at least $500.

If your employer has any other employee retirement plans, such as a 401K, or Simple IRA, the limit applies to both plans combined.

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