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Subject:  401K directed rollover to Roth IRA question Date:  1/18/2000  2:50 PM
Author:  stoddone Number:  17937 of 88785

I am about to retire and roll my 401K over to a traditional IRA. I have been contributing after tax $ to the 401K after making the maximum pre tax contributions. The company will write a check to me for the amount of after tax contributions, about 22K, since this can't be directed to a traditional IRA. My question is, is there a way I can have this 22K of after tax contributions directed to a Roth IRA??
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