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"There is probably no chance that taxes are going to be less in the future years because of all the pandemic money being handed out by the government. Someone is going to have to pay for it."

Yes, I've been saying that for a while. At a minimum, under the TCJA, the tax brackets are scheduled to return to the prior brackets in 2026. It would require a new law to make the current brackets permanent. The pandemic spending on top of the already lower revenue because of the TCJA has been blowing the deficit up. It remains to be seen if Congress will have the appetite to make the current brackets permanent.

Best to add to the Roth now instead of other 401's.

Or do conversions to a Roth.

AJ
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