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Subject:  Re: Elementary, my dear watson Date:  2/5/2000  6:36 AM
Author:  pmarti Number:  27296 of 127616

<< If you are rolling it over to a traditional IRA, I would think there would be no tax implications at this time. The after-tax contributions should be basis is your newly created IRA, which will actually save on tax when you start taking distributions. >>

You can't rollover after-tax 401(k) contributions into an IRA.

Phil Marti
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