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Thanks to everyone for the advice. I do have a Roth 401K option, which is what I have historically contributed to until my last Salary bump. I made the changes to lower my taxable income. I'm thinking 2 annually fully funded Roth IRAs as well as hitting the IRS limit on the 401k for the next 27 years(targeting 55 to retire) should have me looking pretty good. I am also fortunate enough to have a pension with my employer, so that helps as well.
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