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|Subject: Tax-deferred annuity||Date: 10/20/1998 2:00 AM|
|Author: 2gynkv||Number: 6107 of 82002|
I have a tax-deferred annuity account worth about 2K. I never claimed the principal off my income back in 95 when I opened it.
Can I, and if so, How do I roll-over this account into my Roth IRA? Do I first have to roll it over into a traditional IRA?
Since I never took a deduction for the principal will I still owe tax on the transfer?
Thank you, 2gynkv
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