Hi again,I'm not sure I understand why you would want to take the money out of his Roth, just because he won't be having US income for a few years. As long as your son plans to work again in the US, why not just let the money sit until he can contribute again?In the meantime, since he'll be living outside of the US, he has a few investment possibilities (offshore) open to him that he didn't have when he was a US resident. If he's only going to be outside the US for a couple of years, it may not be worth the hassle of setting them up, but for the long term, they may show a return comparable to a US IRA.One financial company I've been really happy with here is based in Tokyo. You can check out their website at:http://www.bannerjapan.comOr your son can call:03-5724-5100The advisors at Banner can at least give your son an overview of his investment options while an expat!
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