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The bill would revise the foster parent training requirements imposed by the act. The bill would also provide for the development of child and family teams, as defined, to inform the process of placement and services to foster children and to children at risk of foster care placement.

then contributions and other additions by such employer for such annuity contract shall be excluded from the gross income of the employee for the taxable year to the extent that the aggregate of such contributions and additions (when expressed as an annual addition (within the meaning of section 415(c)(2))) does not exceed the applicable limit under section 415.

What Is a 403(b)? A 403(b) is also known as a tax-sheltered annuity (TSA). It’s like a 401(k), but for workers who aren’t with big private companies.

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For 2015, the 401(k) employee contribution limit rises to $18,000, and the total contribution limit (employer + employee) to $53,000. A higher catch-up contribution limit means an extra $6,000 in allowable employee contributions for those 50 and over.

The most a taxpayer can contribute as an elective deferral to a 403(b) plan is $18,000 as of 2017, but if you're age 50 or older, you can contribute an additional $6,000 as a "catch-up" contribution.

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