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Subject:  Re: IRA contributions and the Roth Date:  7/21/2000  12:56 PM
Author:  TMFExRO Number:  23531 of 88520

This might sound stupid, but I am curious about the implications of the new law that, if passed, will increase IRA maximum contributions to $5K per year. I think that I can now increase my Roth IRA contribution to 5K per year if this is passed. Will this affect what I can contribute to my 401K, or vice-versa?

No. IRAs and 401(k)'s will continue to have independent contribution limits.

Phil Marti
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