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The Roth 401(k) Option from an Employer's Perspective and an Employee's Perspective (PDF)
Allen Buckley, Smith Moore LLP Link to more items from this source
May 5, 2006
14 pages. Excerpt: Through three calculations, [this article] analyzes the Roth 401(k) option and compares it to a traditional 401(k) election, from the employee's perspective.... [A] comparison of the anticipated retirement incremental tax bracket to the working years incremental tax bracket, alone, may not be a valid basis for a comparison. Rather, aspects of the income tax system necessitate a thorough analysis of tax implications of the two options.

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