In the begining of the Year I contributed $2,000 to a standard IRA as a deductable contrbution. When I finished running the numbers I determined it was worth converted my IRA account to a Roth IRA. I converted my IRA to a Roth account then wondered how the deductable contribution should be treated.Do I take a deduction of $2,000 to the standard IRA and include it as part of the distribution over the 4 year period?ORDo I distibute the convertion amount minus the $2,000 over the 4 year period and consider the $2,000 a non-deductable contribution for 1998 to the Roth IRA?
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