Governmental 457(b) Plan
1A defined benefit plan is a pension program generally funded with employer dollars that promises the participant a percentage of pay or flat dollar amount at retirement age, usually age 65.
2A 403(b) is a type of employer-sponsored retirement plan available generally to employees of nonprofit and educational organizations (e.g., public schools) defined in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. A 403(b) retirement plan allows the participants to save their own money on a pretax or Roth aftertax basis.
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