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I converted my traditional (non deductible) IRA to a Roth IRA this year. It's value was less than $4,000. My husband also converted, but had to covert back, since his income ended up at over $100,000 due to a year end bonus. I read somewhere that a non working spouse could keep her conversion if filing jointly and the total income was under $150,000. Is this correct, or do I have to recharacterize my Roth back to a traditional?
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