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Subject: Roth IRA and supplemental 403(b) Date: 8/9/1999 1:40 PM
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I just started work at a company where I can participate in a Supplemental Retirement Account, a 403(b) where I can contribute 5% of my pretax earnings each year. I already contribute to a Roth IRA ($2k/year). Can I participate in this SRA even though I contribute to my Roth also? Just wondering what the IRS rules on this are. My salary is less than $40k/year.

Any help much appreciated.

Phoolisme
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