contribute to your 401k, at least up to the company match (free money).contribute to your Roth, until you max that out.contribute additional (if any) funds to the 401k.You may end up working at the company longer than you currently plan, and it would be a shame to loose out on the match. The Roth allows tax free withdrawals in the future - and give you flexibility on your investment choices.
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