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All the posted concerns about tax rates are valid. However, trying to predict what they'll be 10, 20, or 30 years down the road when you start withdrawing the money is futile.

I am able to invest in a Roth 401(k) but can only make a contribution to a traditional IRA. And a non-tax deferred account to boot. Having investments in various tax strategy accounts won't give me the best tax rate possible when withdrawing but it won't give me the worst either.

My advice is to sock away money where and when you can.

JLC
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