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I don't see any particular urgency to convert to a Roth. Roth IRAs are great, but let's face it, no one knows what the tax situation will in 30-35 years so maintaining investments in both pre-tax and post-tax investment accounts is probably the wisest move. Since you're just turning 30 you can contribute to a Roth later in life to balance the 50K you may leave in either the 401K or in a Rollover IRA.
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