Thanks for the answers. I wasn't quite sure what the issues to consider were. I realize that with regards to the IRA, there is pre-59 1/2, pre-70 1/2, and post-70 1/2. Plus, there is the question of what the regular savings is invested in - CDs/bonds, dividend-paying stocks, or pure growth stocks.Since the annuity can't be touched, its not an issue, and the consensus seems to be to leave the Roth alone.Zev
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