skyeatl,What you may be confused about is the distinction between contributions and rollovers/conversions. When you moved out of your former company, you opened an IRA and rolled over the 401(k) money to the IRA. That was not counted as a contribution.There's no limit on the amount of rollovers you can do, but there is a limit on the amount of contributions (you write a check out of your bank account) you can make. Likewise, your contributions to the 401(k) are limited.The sum of your contributions to all IRAs you own must be less than $2000 (this year; going up next year).
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