Roth IRA - Contribution Withdrawal
I have a Roth IRA with Vanguard invested totally in their Target Retirement 2050 fund.
Earlier this year I put a lot of money for me (in reality, a lot of my emergency fund) in the IRA. Long story short, I withdrew some of my CONTRIBUTION money in the fund. Annoying, **** happens, but luckily no penalties or taxes.
I am ready to start re-contributing money to the fund again, but the contributions will not be as large as the amount I took out.
Question is: is it totally kosher to just start re-contributing like 100 a month, or is it a big deal that I am not re-contributing the exact amount that I took out a few months ago?
I am swamped at work and never seem to have the time to call Vanguard during their hours, but I am just wondering if anyone knows off the top of their head, or if they have gone through this.