Please help I am stumped. I am 27 single and have $17,100 sitting in the TSP (the governmnet's 401K plan) despite having left over a year ago. One of our advisors that works with my present employers is trying to get me to roll this over to my existing Roth IRA. I talked with financial guru Ric Edleman last night and he said it would be better to roll over to a deductable regular IRA. He said the advisor who gave me this advice never looked at a spread sheet and that the object of investing is to create wealth not lower taxes.I am confused, my "advisor" says sure I will have to pay taxes on the $17,100 next year but then never again with a Roth. What should I do? On the surface the Roth seems like a better way to go. Any ideas
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