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VTSnake

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Aren't Roth contributions post tax? How does that lower your burden?


also, the rest of your post makes no sense. You're used to getting ~$1k back, but this year you were warned that you would be paying $7k. So unless your paycheck went up MORE than $307 per pay period (assuming you're payed every 2 weeks), your taxes actually went up.

(In response to this post by WestyHokie)

Posted: 02/12/2019 at 1:13PM



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