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Subject: 403(b) to IRA to Roth IRA Date: 10/6/2000 6:19 PM
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I've just this week completed the roll-over of the funds from my 403(b)account into an IRA. Next I plan to convert my IRA into a Roth and pay the taxes for this year.

Question:

Can I make a $2K contribution to this traditional IRA before making a Roth conversion, and then sometime before tax time 2001, contribute another $2K into my new Roth for the 2000 tax year?

I hope the question is clear, and that the answer is clearer still.

Yours,

Jason
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