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How Much Can You Contribute to a 457 Retirement Plan for 2019?

Employees of state and local governments can stash more money in their 457 plans this year, building bigger nest eggs for retirement.

457 Contribution Limits for 2019

The maximum amount you can contribute to a 457 retirement plan in 2019 rose by $500 to $19,000, including any employer contributions. For example, if your employer contributes $1,000 for 2019, you are allowed to contribute $18,000 to meet the annual limit. That said, most plans don't match worker

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