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Subject:  Re: 401k vs. personal investment Date:  1/6/2013  4:27 PM
Author:  W401K Number:  24992 of 26270

Check and see if your 401k Plan has a Roth provision. You can make Roth Contributions up to $17,500 this year in the 401k. (Not an additional $17,5000). You only get the one $17,500 contribution limit to the 401k. If your Plan allows Roth contributions, you can make some or all of that as a Roth. There are no income limits for Roth contributions to a 401k, unlike a Roth IRA.
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