Opportunity cost. There is an annual limit on the amount of money one may contribute to a Roth. If you dump the money in and then take it out again, you don't get another opportunity to contribute it.And if you don't make the Roth contribution - keeping the funds fully liquid - and find you don't need them, you've missed the opportunity to make the contribution.--Peter <== aka Devil's advocate
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