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Subject: Re: How do I rollover 401 into Roth? Date: 1/12/2000 1:14 PM
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Set up a roll-over IRA with stockbroker. Then instruct the administator of the 401K plan to deposit the 401K
assets into the IRA roll-over account. This process
doesnot incur any tax liability. If you now want to set
up a Roth IRA you ask the broker to send you the forms
necessary to create the account. You will need to tell
him how much of the IRA you wish to send to the Roth as
this transaction is taxable at ordinary income rates in
in the year you make the transfer! You might want to
consider spreading this transfer over several years to
minimize the tax bite. Best of Luck,in 2000 - - Matthew
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