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Subject:  Re: Roth IRA and supplemental 403(b) Date:  8/9/1999  2:06 PM
Author:  TMFPixy Number:  13002 of 76077

Phoolisme asks:

<<I just started work at a company where I can participate in a Supplemental Retirement Account, a 403(b) where I can contribute 5% of my pretax earnings each year. I already contribute to a Roth IRA ($2k/year). Can I participate in this SRA even though I contribute to my Roth also? Just wondering what the IRS rules on this are. >>

Yes, you may participate in both the Roth IRA and the 403b plan at the same time. Contributions to one have no effect on your ability to contribute to the other.

Regards..Pixy
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