I have read a great deal of info about investing, and everything I've come across says to invest all you can in pre-tax offerings, if available.I've never seen competent justification for such a move. Here's an example of better advice on priority of investment:http://www.fool.com/Retirement/Retirement02.htmSince you don't mention any match I'll assume that you don't get any. Roth should be your priority. Do all you can per your MAGI (403B contribution lowers your MAGI so you can contribute more to the Roth) and the income limit per: http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/176.asp
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