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<<I think I have it figured out now.. I can't deduct my standard IRA, 2k contribution and still put money in my 401k. But, what about the Roth IRA. Can I still do that? Since I'm being taxed up front... is that a better way to go? In other words, Keep sticking 10% in my 401k, and put 2k a year in a new ROTH IRA? Will that work? (btw, is 2k also the limit on the Roth IRA?)>>

Yes on all counts. Congratulations. You've got it! <g>

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