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|Subject: Re: IRA to Roth||Date: 1/4/2013 4:20 PM|
|Author: TMFPMarti||Number: 117294 of 125189|
When you have to make RMDs... can you roll the amount distributed into a Roth?
No. RMD's must be completely removed from the universe of retirement accounts. You may convert amounts in addition to your RMD to Roth, though.
The prior response was correct, but I don't think it answered the question you asked. If you qualify to make Roth contributions you certainly may do so. The funding source is irrelevant.
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