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Subject: Re: Roth IRA vs. 401(k) Date: 9/25/1997 1:12 PM
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Henry, Yes, the correct amount for the "side investment" is $560 assuming a 28% marginal tax bracket. However, I am puzzled by your results. I have run many cases and do not find the Roth IRA to be a clear winner over a tax deductible IRA. If you are looking at a regular non-deductible IRA, the Roth is a clear winner.

Regards, Jim
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