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Are employers able to contribute to non-governmental 457b plans or it it solely for employee deferrals?

 

If so, could it be fully funded by employer contributions instead of employee deferrals?

 

Thank you!

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Are employers able to contribute to non-governmental 457b plans or it it solely for employee deferrals?

 

If so, could it be fully funded by employer contributions instead of employee deferrals?

 

Thank you!

 

 

The contributions can be made by the employer instead of the employee. Maximum contribution is $15,500.

 

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Are employers able to contribute to non-governmental 457b plans or it it solely for employee deferrals?

 

If so, could it be fully funded by employer contributions instead of employee deferrals?

 

Thank you!

 

 

The contributions can be made by the employer instead of the employee. Maximum contribution is $15,500.

 

 

Intruder: Your answer is wrong!

 

Joel

 

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Are employers able to contribute to non-governmental 457b plans or it it solely for employee deferrals?

 

If so, could it be fully funded by employer contributions instead of employee deferrals?

 

Thank you!

 

 

The contributions can be made by the employer instead of the employee. Maximum contribution is $15,500.

 

 

Intruder: Your answer is wrong!

 

Joel

 

 

Do we have to go through this again?

 

Reg 1.457-2(i) provides for non elective employer contributions to a 457 plan. Reg 1.457-2(b) provides that the annual deferral is the amount deferred under the plan whether by salary reduction or non elective employer contribution.

 

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Guest Sierra

 

 

 

Are employers able to contribute to non-governmental 457b plans or it it solely for employee deferrals?

 

If so, could it be fully funded by employer contributions instead of employee deferrals?

 

Thank you!

 

 

The contributions can be made by the employer instead of the employee. Maximum contribution is $15,500.

 

 

Intruder: Your answer is wrong!

 

Joel

 

 

Do we have to go through this again?

 

Reg 1.457-2(i) provides for non elective employer contributions to a 457 plan. Reg 1.457-2(b) provides that the annual deferral is the amount deferred under the plan whether by salary reduction or non elective employer contribution.

 

Your turn.

 

 

I should have used the word "incomplete" rather than wrong.

 

Having said that, the maximum amount of the contribution is limited to 100 percent of salary in those instances where the salary is less than $15,500.

 

 

 

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