State Teacher Retirement Systems
- Alaska: http://doa.alaska.gov/
- Arizona: https://www.azasrs.gov/
- California: http://www.calstrs.com/
- Colorado: http://www.copera.org/
- Connecticut: http://www.ct.gov/
- D.C.: http://dcrb.dc.gov/
- Delaware: http://www.delawarepensions.com/
- Florida: http://www.myfrs.com/
- Georgia: http://www.trsga.com/
- Illinois: http://www.trs.state.il.us/
- Indiana: http://www.in.gov/inprs/
- Kansas: http://www.kpers.org/
- Kentucky: https://ktrs.ky.gov
- Maryland: http://www.sra.state.md.us/
- Maine: http://www.mainepers.org
- Missouri: https://www.psrs-peers.org/
- North Carolina: http://www.nctreasurer.com/
- New Hampshire: https://www.nhrs.org/
- New Jersey: http://www.state.nj.us/
- Ohio: http://www.strsoh.org/
- Oklahoma: http://www.ok.gov/TRS/
- Oregon: http://www.oregon.gov/PERS/pages/index.aspx
- Pennsylvania: http://www.psers.state.pa.us/
- Rhode Island: http://content.ersri.org/
- South Carolina: http://www.retirement.sc.gov
- Tennessee: http://www.treasury.state.tn.us/
- Texas: http://www.trs.state.tx.us/
- Utah: https://www.urs.org/
- Virginia: http://www.varetire.org/
- Washington: http://www.drs.wa.gov/
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- 403(b) Retirement Calculator 403(b) plans are only available for employees of certain non-profit tax-exempt organizations: 501c(3) Corps, including colleges, universities, schools, hospitals, etc. If you are an employee of one of these organizations, a 403(b) can be one of your best tools for creating a secure retirement.
- Roth IRA Calculator Creating a Roth IRA can make a big difference in your retirement savings. There is no tax deduction for contributions made to a Roth IRA, however all future earnings are sheltered from taxes. The Roth IRA provides truly tax-free growth.
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- PRE-TAX CONTRIBUTIONS
- Contributions made to your 403(b) immediately reduce your current taxable income. The amount you contribute to your 403(b) is not reported as taxable income on your W-2 to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If you contribute $4,000 of your annual salary of $40,000 to a 403(b), only $36,000 is reported as taxable income to the IRS; thus your 403(b) program reduces your taxable income.
- If you already have a traditional savings plan, you can make the same contributions to your 403(b) program and actually increase your take-home pay. Learn More