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Subject:  Converting IRA to Roth IRA Date:  11/29/1998  9:32 PM
Author:  craigceg Number:  6861 of 88775

Does the amount at the time of conversion count towards my AGI for tax purposes?
For example, if I have earned income of $65,000 and convert an IRA worth $45,000 does that make my AGI = $110,000 and therefore put me over the limit for
making contributions to a new Roth IRA?
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