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Just a quick question, as my employer just changed our 401k plan to allow a Roth 401k (named after Sen Roth of Delaware). I currently contribute to the 401k and am thinking of changing this to the Roth 401k.

Presumably this has no impact on my ability to also fund my Roth IRA fully ($6500 with the catchup provision)?

thanks for the guidance,

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