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Perhaps you can help me with an additional question. I too have a 401k that I would like to rollover. I don't have much money in it and would prefer to have in an n investment that I can continue to contribute money for the additional compounded growth. My question is can I roll this into my existing Roth IRA and if so what are the tax remifications? I am only 29 so I have a lot of years to watch this grow. Thanks in advance for your help.
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