Hen-1. Front-ending your 403(b) is probably up to your employer, and they'llprobably say no.2. Doesn't matter when you start your catch-up contribution, as long as you turn 50 in '05. Max for '05 is same as for 401(k), $14,000, catch-up is $4,000. That's $18,000, nice chunk of change.3. You can still contribute to a Roth. The max for '05 is $4000, thecatchup is $500 ($4500 total). Doesn't matter when you make the contribution, can be Jan 1 '05 to April 15, '06.Hope this helps.suze
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