Actually, it will probably be a three part rollover.1.) After tax contributions to a ROTH IRA(This was done when my husband's 401K was rolled over. It was a separate Rollover from the pre-tax amount.)Uh, no, you can't do that. Non-Roth contributions roll into a traditional IRA if they roll anywhere. You might want to look into correcting this since it's a 6% excess contribution penalty if the IRS catches on.Here's an excellent discussion on the topic:http://fairmark.com/retirement/roth-accounts/roth-conversion...PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
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