I've converted my 401(k) to an IRA and want to convert that to a Roth IRA now. I've finished my taxes and am trying to determine how much of my IRA I can convert to an Roth IRA, whittling my tax refund down to zero in the process. But, I don't understand how to calc the basis of my IRA. Is it my 401(k) contributions + my employers matching contributions, or are my employer's contributions lumped in with the dividends and thus taxable during the conversion?Thank you,
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