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While I consider myself a novice, I do have what I feel is pretty good advice. Provided you are financially able to do so, why not contribute to both? I would certainly first invest the maximum (I believe $2,000 each for you and your wife) into a Roth. I would probably then place any extra income into your 401(k).
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