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Can anyone help me with questions I have about Roth IRA's....
I have rolled over some funds from a 401K to a conduit IRA and finally to a Roth this year and would also like to start and continue to fund a Roth IRA each year until I retire. Would there have to be separate accounts (rollover and contemporanious) or could such funds be in one account.
Are there limitations of contributing to a Roth in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001 since the rollover is treated specially during those tax years?

Thanks in advance...
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