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Can You Contribute to a Roth 401(k) and Roth IRA in the Same Year?
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Sept. 14, 2014
"Maybe. Participation in an employer plan does not disqualify you from contributing to an IRA or a Roth IRA ... [T]he question is not whether or not you can make the [IRA] contribution, but whether or not you can deduct the contribution.... If you make a non-deductible contribution, be sure you file Form 8606 with your tax return to tell IRS that you have made an after-tax contribution. Otherwise, when you go to take the funds out, you will be taxed again."

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