December 05, 2017

Measuring Hours Worked for 403(b) Eligibility

 

Can an employee who became part-time and does not work 20 hours every week still contribute to a 403(b) through the employer? In Tech Talk, we tell you.

You were a full-time employee and participated in the employer’s 403(b) plan; when you began working as a part-time employee, you didn’t log in 20 hours per week consistently thereafter. In Tech Talk, we address whether under the 20-hour work rule you are eligible to continue making contributions to the 403(b) through the employer.