Did You Know…

You Can Contribute More to Your Employer Retirement Plan Than You Can to a Personal Individual Retirement Account (IRA)? 
The IRS limits your annual tax-free IRA contributions to $5,500, but you can contribute up to $18,500 to your 403(b) Supplemental Retirement account, and if you are over age 50 you can do an additional catch-up of $6,000. If you want to contribute the maximum, now is the time to sign in to mysavingsatwork.com and make the changes to your contribution percentages. Questions? Send an email to benefits@navigators.org.