I'm not sure this can be accomplished in a single step.401(k) contributions are typically pre-tax, while Roth IRA contributions are after-tax, and earnings are not taxed within the account in either case.The typical process is two step1. 401(k) => roll-over IRA2. Roll-over IRA => Roth IRASorry, you are incorrect. The law was changed as of Jan 1, 2008, as a part of the "Pension Protection Act of 2006". A 1 step combination rollover/conversion is now allowed, and the 2 step process is no longer required.AJ
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