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Hello everyone!  Sorry if this has been posted recently!

I'm trying to figure out how Vanguard classifies a contribution made
in January 2002.  By that I mean, when Vanguard withdrawls my
contribution ($166.66) from my bank account in January, will they count
it toward my 2001 contribution or 2002 contribution?  I just started my
Roth with them this year (Jul '01 with $1,000 minimum), and depending
on how they classify the contributions starting in January, I will go
over the limit if I don't do something.  I've called Vanguard 3x's
and gotten 3 different answers.  I believe I am confusing them because
I don't know exactly what to ask.  Any help or guidance would be
greatly appreciated!

One rep. said that the Automatic Plan would quit when I reach my
contribution limit for the year.  One said I would have to stop it
myself, and the last one said the plan would switch auomatically.  So,
in other words, I'm confused!!
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