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The downturn in the market has caused the company I work for to completely "suspend" matching our 401(k) contributions. I have a rollover IRA that I set up when I switched jobs, so I am thinking that I would be better off taking my current 401(k) contributions and putting them into this IRA. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I think that my tax benefits/implications should be the same either way, right?

Thanks in advance!

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