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|2006 Tax filing deadlline
|April 17th for most.
April 18th for taxpayers in Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts
New Hampshire, New York, Vermont, and the District of
Columbia. Due to a state holiday in Massachusetts.
|ROTH 401 (k)s
|Roth 401(k)s made their debut on January 1, 2006. Unlike
the traditional 401(k), which is funded with pretax dollars,
the new Roth 401(k) is funded with after-tax dollars. Any
employer match would be taxable. Think of Roth 401(k) as
operating like a Roth IRA - gains are tax free. Contributions
to Roth 401(k) can be made along with contributions to the
traditional 401(k)s as long as the contribution limits are not
exceeded. The initial appeal of Roth 401(k) will be to
business owners and higher salaried employees who
typically earn too much to qualify for the Roth IRA. Roth
401(k) assets can be transferred to a Roth IRA, which
doesn't require the mandatory distributions.