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The short answer is no. However, if you are 7-10 years from retirement having your money grow and NOT be taxed after retirement may be a huge benefit. You can alos ?borrow against the funds for education without a penalty. I'm uncertain of the term there. Pull a readout on the ROTH. For me it makes great sense as I'm 20 plus years from retirement and have two kids to educate.
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