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There is a way to unlock funds in your current 401k plan with your employer. Being confined to the small variety of mutual funds is not the only option. We have a way to get you Bitcoin in your IRA. The following case study will depict how funds that were from your previous employer can be stripped out from your current employers restricted retirement plan.
We had a client that worked at a major credit card company and had done a great job of amassing an impressive sum of money in is company’s 401k which was administered by Voya. This client had originally started his 401k with another employer over a decade ago. When he moved to his current company he rolled over his previous 401k. Which over the last five years grew to a handsome sum. But this roll over can be undone. He was then able to invest in digital assets with the funds that were spun out.
If you are looking to invest in Bitcoin in your current employer’s retirement plan, that is not directly possible at this time. But if you’ve started a 401k with a previous employer that balance can be rolled unrolled. The key is that original balance is designated with a source from the previous rollover, and that source is allowed to be rolled out and over.
Roth 401k vs Roth IRA vs Traditional 401k
Comparing these three should really be looked at as a comparison of a Traditional 401k vs a Roth 401k. The simple reason being that the 401k properties of both require them to be sponsored by and employer. A Roth IRA can be set up and managed by the individual without the involvement of an employer. Now that we got that clear what makes the Roth portion of the IRA and the 401k is that its distributions are taken tax free.
Further comparing a Roth 401k vs a Traditional 401k reveals that taxes is where the differences lie. The Roth 401k is contributed with post tax dollars. The Traditional 401k is contributed with pre tax dollars and allows for a write off. At time of distributions the Roth 401k are tax free and the Traditional 401k is taxed at ordinary income tax rates at time of distribution. The contribution limits are the same for both at $19,000.
When deciding which account to choose it first depends on what’s available. From there we are all taking a shot at what taxes will be like in the future. One thing is advised, if you can afford to max out your contributions do so!