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Annuity writers dominate the more than half-trillion-dollar 403(b) tax-sheltered annuity market, but mutual fund providers, including some insurers, are beginning to give them a serious run for the money.
Prior to 2002, taxpayers could not roll over a distribution from a Traditional IRA into a tax-sheltered annuity tax-free.
Beginning July 1, Smith's district-paid tax-sheltered annuity of $10,478 will be rolled into her annual salary, increasing her pay from $132,400 to $142,878, according to records disclosed Wednesday.
ABT's most recently negotiated contract guarantees its dancers thirty-six weeks of work annually, excellent health coverage, a 403b pension plan (a tax-sheltered annuity employee plan) and a steady 4 percent increase in salary through 2004, a big improvement over the dismal 1993 settlement.
While the guide provides very detailed coverage of distributions from employer-sponsored qualified retirement plans, an excellent analysis of distributions from individual retirement arrangements (IRAs), simplified employee pensions (SEPs), SIMPLE retirement plans, Roth IRAs, and tax-sheltered annuity arrangements of tax-exempt organizations is also provided.
Applications for determination, opinion, notification, and advisory letters involving qualified plans and tax-sheltered annuity plans that are fried with the IRS will be reviewed, taking into account these legislative changes.
Depositing money in a tax-sheltered annuity for those who work for tax-exempt companies or 401K programs for those at for-profit corporations lowers the amount of your annual income considered by the IRS and thereby lowers the tax you pay.
Excess deferrals may disqualify tax-sheltered annuity contracts without disqualifying the entire Section 403(b) plan [Code Section 403(b)(1)(E), amended for years beginning after December 31, 1995].
For the past five years, I've been investing in my 401(k)," he says, "while my wife, Gail, who's a teacher, has been contributing to a tax-sheltered annuity with similar benefits.
She also will receive a $500 per month stipend for "automobile and business expenses" in the Eugene-Springfield metro area, a $100 monthly stipend for cellphone and technology use, and a $1,000 monthly payment for a tax-sheltered annuity, according to the contract.