Hey, Fools. Last year, when I embarked on my career, I started socking away 10% into my 401K immediately. (The first 4% of which is matched with an additional 2%). Then I opened an IRA, and rolled it into a Roth IRA conversion. (I'm young and saving for a house someday, so the Roth IRA looks good.) This year I still put away 10% into the 401K, and I just opened a new Roth.Now, I'm thinking... tax-wise... wouldn't it have been better to MAX my tax-deductible 401K contributions to the full 18% my employer allows (up to $10K or so) before investing anywhere else?Insight...? --AliFool
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