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Beginning on January 1, 2006, there are two new types of retirement plans available to employees – the Roth 401(k) and the Roth 403(b). The same rules apply to a Roth 401(k) and a Roth 403(b), so I will only refer to the Roth 401(k). You may already be familiar with a regular 401(k) plan.

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A designated Roth account is a separate account in a 401(k), 403(b) or governmental 457(b) plan that holds designated Roth contributions. The amount contributed to a designated Roth account is includible in gross income in the year of the contribution, but eligible distributions from the account (including earnings) are generally tax-free.

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A 403(b) plan is a retirement plan for employees of public schools, tax-exempt organizations and certain ministers. A 403 (b) account is funded with pre-tax contributions from the participant. The participant has lower income and pays less in income tax in the year the contribution is made.

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Roth contribution program. Your 403(b) plan may allow you to designate all or a portion of your elective deferrals as Roth contributions. Elective deferrals designated as Roth contributions must be maintained in a separate Roth account and aren’t excludable from your gross income.

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A 403(b) contribution can be an effective retirement tool. As of January 2006, there is a new type of 403(b) - the Roth 403(b). The Roth 403(b) allows you to contribute to your 403(b) account on an after-tax basis - and pay no taxes on qualifying distributions when the money is withdrawn.

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The Roth 403(b) provides you with an option to make voluntary contributions to the Faculty and Staff Retirement Plan on an after-tax basis. Through the Roth 403(b) option you can make contributions that are taxed based on your current tax rates, so you can make tax-free withdrawals later in retirement after meeting certain criteria.

www.money-zine.com/financial-planning/retirement/roth-403b...

A Roth 403(b) combines the contribution features of 403(b) plans, with the tax-free growth advantage of Roth IRAs.Employees currently offered the ability to fund their retirement plans using 403(b) accounts may now be offered the option of participating in a Roth 403(b).

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A Roth 401(k), Roth 403(b), Roth 457(b) are after-tax deductions that are similar to a traditional 401(k),403(b), or 457(b). Because the Roth plans are deducted after tax, the employee does not pay the taxes on the amount drawn at retirement.

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A 403(b) plan is a type of tax-deferred retirement plan that is similar to the 401(k) plans offered by many employers. Most contributions to a 403(b) plan are tax-deductible. The IRS regulates the operation of 403(b) plans, which must conform to certain contribution and participation rules in order to maintain tax-deferred status.

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A 403(b) plan is a type of tax-sheltered retirement plan that has a lot in common with the more widely recognized 401(k) plan. A 403(b) plan is for employees who work in organizations that serve ...