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I recently opened Roth IRA's for my wife and I with T Rowe Price. As I stated in a previous question to the board, I am not sure how much longer we are going to be within the income limits to contribute. With that in mind, my wife has a small 401(k) with a previous employer I would like to rollover into an IRA. Been looking through the TRP site and was considering a rollover into the same Target Retirement Fund, as I know the Traditional you can contribute to as long as you have income. Would this be a bad move having a Roth IRA, possibly small account balance with no future contributions, and a Traditional in the same fund? I was looking at their Personal Strategic Growth Fund (TRSGX) too, but my concern is that is only domestic stocks.

Thank you all once again in advance for all the advice. It's nice to be able to bounce these questions off people as I start to expand our portfolio beyond our employer sponsored 401(k)'s.

bhoy
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