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I have a 401K at work which I have recently split to a 401K and 401K Roth. I put 20% of my gross into the account from every paycheck, which means I max out before the end of the calendar year. I also have a Roth IRA which I fund intermittently, so I don't tend to max it out. By taking pretax money out of my paycheck, my taxable income does not preclude contributing to the Roth. Does the amount being invested in the 401K Roth count towards my annual limit on the Roth IRA?
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