The IRS recently announced the 2018 cost-of-living adjustments for various retirement plan dollar limits.
The indexed amounts, and other commonly used limits, are listed below:
|IRA Contribution Limit||$5,500||$5,500||$5,500|
|IRA Catch-Up Contributions||1,000||1,000||1,000|
IRA AGI Deduction Phase-out Starting at
|Single or Head of Household||63,000||62,000||61,000|
|SEP Minimum Compensation||600||600||600|
|SEP Maximum Contribution||55,000||54,000||53,000|
|SEP Maximum Compensation||275,000||270,000||265,000|
|SIMPLE Maximum Contributions||12,500||12,500||12,500|
401(k), 403(b), Profit-Sharing Plans, etc.
|Defined Contribution Limits||55,000||54,000||53,000|
|Defined Benefit Limits||220,000||215,000||210,000|
|457 Elective Deferrals||18,500||18,000||18,000|
|Control Employee (board member or officer)||110,000||105,000||105,000|
|Control Employee (compensation-based)||220,000||215,000||215,000|
|Taxable Wage Base||128,400||127,200||118,500|
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