What is the Qualified Roth Contribution Program?
Starting in 2006, a 401(k) plan allowed an employee to contribute to a qualified Roth contribution program.
Under this program, an employee can designate all or a portion of his elective deferrals (contributions made through payroll deductions) as after-tax Roth contributions.
Participants receive distributions from a Roth tax free.
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