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This is a question for 2000 really:
Maybe someone can help me out. I work for a company and want to contribute my max amount of 10k to the 401k. I will also do a roth as my income allows it. I also have a sideline and would like to do a SIMPLE ira from that (again setting away 6k the max allowed). Can I do the 401k and SIMPLE both contributing the max amount? And a roth too.

Thanks to whoever can help. I know it is off the cuff advice but if someone has some knowledge about this, thanks. I can trade it for advice on your dog.

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