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Subject:  Transfers to Roth IRA Date:  10/1/1997  8:52 PM
Author:  wrndln Number:  436 of 127753

I have several IRA accounts, of which 2 of 3 contain non-deductable contributions. My question is: Can I convert just one or two of these IRA's to Roth IRA's next year or is it all IRA accounts or none? Also, assuming I can convert one or two of the IRA's with non-deductable contributions, how would I handle the 8086 form and how would I figure how much tax I owe?

Thanks for any help.
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