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If that same person deferred just 5 percent of their salary into a retirement plan, their taxes go down to $1,620, raising their net take-home pay equal to $23,380--or $188 "raise" compared to someone saving nothing in a tax deferred retirement plan. The raise gets larger as your deferral rate and salary increase.
But naming an individual as the designated beneficiary of a tax deferred retirement plan is the best way, from an income tax planning perspective, to spread distributions over time and limit income taxes.