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Hello, I hope you didn't get that proposal from my post. What I meant was that if you take your current 401k money and roll that over to a traditional IRA you could then convert that money to a Roth if you wish. As long as this doesn't push you over the income barrier it wouldn't affect your ability to contribute your regular 2000/year to a Roth. Sorry if my last response was confusing.
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