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While rolling over my 457 plan into a Roth IRA, do I have to pay the taxes out of pocket, or is the account taxed?

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When converting any pretax account such as your 457 into a post tax account such as the Roth IRA, you can have the taxes withheld on the transfer. You get to choose the amount that you have withheld, based on whatever % tax bracket you think you will be in. If you need help with this, I have helped people do this hundreds of times. Let me know.

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