401k/403b/457 contribution limits will go up in 2022. Traditional and Roth IRA contribution limits will stay in the same.
A 401(a) plan allows additional contributions on top of 401(k), 403(b), and 457 plans.
A taxable account should still be the last resort. Max out all tax-advantaged accounts before investing in a taxable account.
You still have good access to your money before age 59-1/2 when you do the after-tax 401k or 403b rolled over to Roth IRA.
You can still take advantage of non-Roth after-tax 401k or 403b contributions even if it will make your paycheck very small.
Even if your plan does not allow in-service distributions, chances are you should still make non-Roth after-tax contributions. Just wait until you change jobs and roll them into a Roth IRA.
If your 401k/403b plan cooperates, you can put up to additional $35,000 per year into your Roth IRA. Find out if you are lucky or not.
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