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Subject:  rollover IRA Date:  6/14/2002  6:57 AM
Author:  nurseallie Number:  34671 of 88498

Hello all! I was wondering - if i have a 403b (TSA) and leave my job and work in a place where 401k and 403b are not avail, can i rollover the money to a "rollover IRA". If so, isn't there a maximum per year that you can put in an IRA. For the Roth it is 3000. So if i rollover a TSA worth 6000, will that be my maximum for ALL IRA contributions that year?? Will i be penalized for having 3000 in my Roth that year and 6000 in a "rollover IRA" that year? Thanks a bunch!
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