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Subject:  Conversion of Non-Deductible IRAs Date:  8/26/2000  3:32 PM
Author:  CeltrisIII Number:  24371 of 88535

I was wondering about the difficulties that have traditionally been associated with non-deductible IRAs. The accounting doesn't seem that hard to me. I was also wondering whether, if my income got low enought to allow for conversion, if I could convert my non-deductible IRA to a Roth, and if there would be any difficulties with that process. What do you all think?
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