acanthurus wrote:So if my plan allows it, I can roll in the 22k from the Rollover IRA as well as the 5.5k from the traiditional IRA? All money was contributed pre-tax. I might have to look into this...
Lafder wrote:Great job at saving!!
I thought 401k + Roth contributions combined can only be $17,500 ?
Unless you are 50, than it can be $23,000.
tadamsmar wrote:Fidelity quotes gross and net ERs. What's that all about?
Epsilon Delta wrote:You can get a large IRA by rolling over a 401(k). The $17,500 limit on 401(k) contributions plus any employer match gets money in faster.
livesoft wrote:If the polls on this forum are to be believed, more respondents tilt to small-cap and value than folks who use the 3-fund total market weighted portfolio.
assumer wrote:Also, if you have a whole lot of people flip a coin 30 times, odds are one of them will hit tails every time due to random chance (like survivorship bias) but others may believe that person is a skilled coin flipper.
scubadiver wrote:You can gift each of your parents up to $12K (I think) per year tax free.