It’s time for another edition of Dollar and Cents. This is where I answer one of your questions.

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This week question brings up something I’m semi-obsessed with – the Roth IRA!

If you rollover a 401k into an IRA is this amount subtracted from what you are able to contribute that year? So if I rollover my 401k next year if I leave my current employer, will I still be able to contribute to my IRA as usual up to the limit or will the rollover affect this?


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Comments | 4 Responses

  1. says

    Good answer to a question that comes up a lot in my tax office. I also like using the Rollover as a Roth conversion whenever it is practical. Being a tax guy, I have to look at the other things going on on that year’s tax return before a final decision.

  2. says

    Yes, anybody is able to take all their traditional IRA’s and old retirement plans and convert them to a Roth IRA. The amount you convert will be taxed, but it still can be an attractive move for those that feel that the deductions are going nowhere but up.

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