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I'm not sure about being able to roll over your 403b, but expect that you can, so I'll answer the second half of your question. Check with another on your first half.

IF you can roll it over, it will not effect your Roth. Also, if you do roll it over, be sure to specify that it is a ROLLOVER IRA. This will let you roll it over again to a future employer's 401k, if you choose. If you put it into a regular IRA, you cannot roll it into a 401k later. The only difference is the name and the ability to roll it over again.

However, if you do roll it into a 401k in the future, you will be limited to your employer's mutual fund choices. If you keep it in your Rollover IRA, you can choose ANY mutual fund, or stock or bond..., YOU want.

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