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Hi,

I have a sizeable 401(k), and am contributing the max to it every year. But, I'm not a US citizen, and might move back into my home country (Germany) in few years. I'm still at least 20-25 years away from retirement.

Under these circumstances, does it make sense to keep funding the 401(k)?

What about taxes from tax-deferred retirement accounts when not doing a US tax return anymore? Would I need to do a US tax return just for distributions from retirement accounts?

I realize that I might need to consult a tax consultant, but it's really hard to find someone that knows about how this works when living/paying taxes abroad....so I'm hoping somebody here might have gone through this before.

Tarantoga
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