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  • CFEonline
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    Thanks!

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  • jacoavlu
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    If you fund a 457b to the $18,500 for half a year, then switch jobs, can you then fund a 401k at the new job to the $18,500 limit?
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    you don't even have to switch jobs. 457b has a separate limit for contributions

    so you can contribute $18,500 salary deferral to a 457b, and at the same time $18,500 salary deferral across other plans (401k, 403b, SIMPLE)

    see: https://www.irs.gov/retirement-plans/how-much-salary-can-you-defer-if-youre-eligible-for-more-than-one-retirement-plan

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  • Peds
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    If you fund a 457b to the $18,500 for half a year, then switch jobs, can you then fund a 401k at the new job to the $18,500 limit?
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    yes, 457 is a different pot.

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  • CFEonline
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    If you fund a 457b to the $18,500 for half a year, then switch jobs, can you then fund a 401k at the new job to the $18,500 limit?

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  • jhwkr542
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    $0

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  • pedsmd
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    No it's a hospital 401k. I guess they're treating us as a part time employee so we get a w2 instead of a 1099.

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  • Peds
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    you get 18.5K total for employee contributions for 403/401. so zero.

    however you say moonlighting....is this a solo 401k you set up?

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  • pedsmd
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    403b and 401k

    I currently work for hospital A and have a 403b and 457 which are maxed out at the 18.5k. I started moonlighting at hospital B which offers a 401k. What is the most I can contribute to this 401k? My primary and secondary hospital are in strategic partnership but neither owns the other yet. Does this affect how much I can contribute?

    I was trying to read this WCI article and got a little lost in the sauce:

    https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/multiple-401k-rules/
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