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Subject: Re: 401K TO TIRA TO RIRA? Date: 5/14/2004 2:00 PM
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Niall,

Thanks for the advice about rolling it over in chunks instead of all at once. I hadn't know that was an option.

I contribute the max to my TIRA now and contributed to my company's 401K plan. I will continue to max the IRAs. When the company offers a new 401K I will also contirbute to that at least up to the match while continuing to max out the IRAs. Until the 401K is in place I intend to put the money I had been contributing into my brokerage account which I use for long term savings.

Sherry
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