Retirement 401k to Roth IRA Roll-Over
You can roll-over a portion of your 401k in a Roth IRA and a portion into a Traditional IRA or all of it into a Roth IRA or Traditional IRA. A traditional IRA is similar to a 401k in that it is also tax-deferred (which means you would be able to reduce your current taxable income, but you'll be taxed when you take withdrawals). Therefore, the initial tax implications are fewer than that of if you were to roll directly into a Roth IRA.
How much should I allocate to Roth IRA versus Traditional IRA?
What are the general tax implications?
How do I roll it over to an IRA?