I am rolling over my old 401k to a new Roth IRA. My 401k contained my pre-tax contributions, post-tax contributions, employer match, and employer profit sharing. I am guessing my employer match and employer profit sharing are pre-tax items. The 401k institution sent the Roth IRA institution one lump check.
What are my tax liabilities? Will I have to pay taxes on my pre-tax contributions, employer match, and employer profit sharing?
Can they put the whole check in the Roth IRA and then I pay the taxes out of pocket during tax time?
Will just any tax adviser know how to handle the taxable items?
Are there any requirements that I should know about?