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Hello everyone! I have made the maximum $2,000 contribution to my Roth for the last four years. In addition, my employers have been taking money out of my monthly paychecks and putting it into two "teacher" retirement programs: APPLE and PARS. Here is my question: now that I am leaving both retirement programs, I have approximately $2,800 to rollover, re-invest, etc.--what are my options regarding the Roth? Can I roll the $2,800 over to my Roth? Can I use $2,000 of the $2,800 for next year's contribution? Can I simply ask the people at APPLE and PARS to send the money, untouched by me, to my brokerage house for some sort of tax-sheltered investment? My assumption, by the way, is that most would consider it ludicrous to "cash in" the $2,800 and pay 20% to the military budget, or wherever it might go.

Please help me.
In cahoots,
commaman
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