<Can after tax 401(k) contributions be 'rolled over' into a Roth IRA? Without penalty? >I am NOT TMF Taxes, so bear that in mind.From what I have read, you can roll a 401(k) over into a Roth IRA (if your 401(k) permits it) without penalty, unless you consider paying the income tax on the entire current value of your 401(k) to be a penalty. I WOULD consider that a penalty, considering that it would definately put me in a higher incremental tax bracket, but I am considering a rollover anyway to avoid paying any future tax on the money, especially the 15% excise tax on excess distributions. I do not have enough information yet to make a decision. I would like to see an up-to-date version of IRS PUB 590 before deciding. This will not be available until 1998, I imagine.
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