Hi,I have question about have to calculate the tax if you convert the regular IRA to Roth IRA.When i rollovered my 401(k) to regular IRA earlier, the fund had been cashed out and incured some loss, and i am now thinking convert it to Roth IRA, which might need to pay the tax then, just wondering if i can claim the loss or not, and how can i calculate the tax, is it going to base on the original amount i contributed or the current balance?Input are greatly appreciated.TXQCHEN
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