I would contribute to the 401K what ever is necessary to get the company contributions. Then I would use a self directed IRA for additional investments. I think you have a good plan up to this point. However, I think you need to do a lot more thinking about a regular versus a Roth IRA. The Roth sounds great until you run the numbers. If you qualify for a tax deductible IRA, that may be the best option. If you don't qualify for a tax deductible IRA, then the Roth IRA will be your best option.Regards, Jim
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