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Actually, its a 403b, but anyway.
Here's the situation. I am leaving my company where I have funded my 403b. My question is:
Should I roll this over into a regular IRA and then a Roth IRA?
The 403b has only been funded by me for a few years. It's only about $13K. I'm 31 and my tax bracket is 28% currently. I expect it to rise in the next few years. Also, my ability to contribute to a Roth will be phased out as my income is expected to jump significantly in the next few years.Anyone have any thoughts on the tax advantages of the rollover to a Roth?
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